The feel-good book of the year, about the importance of honesty, community and the kindness of strangers.
Clare Pooley graduated from Cambridge and spent twenty years in the heady world of advertising, where the line between authenticity and fiction is constantly blurred, before becoming a full-time mum. She is the author of the popular blog, Mummy was a Secret Drinker, and her memoir The Sober Diaries was published in 2017 to critical acclaim. Her blog has had over two million hits and her TEDx talk, Making Sober Less Shameful, has had over 110,000 views. Clare's debut novel The Authenticity Project is inspired by her decision to expose the rather grubby truth about her seemingly perfect life. She writes from her kitchen table in Fulham, London where she lives with her long-suffering husband, three children, and two dogs.
The feel-good story...that we all need to read right now * Woman &
A reminder of the importance of friendships * Good Housekeeping *
Poignant and uplifting * Daily Mail *
'The Authenticity Project is a rich roast of great characters, even better relationships, wonderful entanglements, and a few surprises along the way. If Monica's Cafe were a real place, I'd stop by every day.' * Laurie Frankel, New York Times bestselling author of This Is How It Always Is *
It's a heartwarming, laughter-and-tears story about the value of friendships and the importance of reaching out to each other. * Mail Online *