'Liz Fraser portrayal of family life is hilarious and so true. I loved Liz Fraser's first book, but this is even better. Every single mum and dad in the world should have a book like this in their homes!' Amazon review Throw off your Domestic Goddess apron or Superwoman's powersuit -- the new family ensemble is far more wearable. But work pressures, stroppy kids, and run-ins with the in-laws can all lead to split seams and frayed nerves, and family life isn't a simple one-size fits all. Liz Fraser, mother of three, invites you into the family home to explore the most common of domestic snags. From TV tantrums to refreshing your sex life, feeding time at the zoo to playground politics, she offers invaluable reassurance and top tips for keeping it all hanging together. A honest, hilarious must-have guide on how to survive family life. Lead title /A must-have for any woman who's ever wanted to run screaming for the hills, armed with gin and Valium, after a weekend with her family / The non-fiction equivalent of Allison Pearson's IDon't know How She Does It, will appeal to fans of Jools Oliver's Minus Nine to One / The Yummy Mummy's Survival Guide was a no. 6 Sunday Times bestseller and has sold over 23,000 copies to date / Author is building a strong media profile on the back of the first book's success and is now a regular guest on GMTV and BBC Breakfast News as well as a contributor to the women's magazines / Competition: The Fabulous Mum's Handbook., The Best Friends Guide to Pregnancy, Minus Nine to One.
Having left Cambridge armed with a science degree, Liz Fraser worked in TV, presenting shows such as BBC's Holiday and Channel 4's The Virtual Body. After the birth of her second child, she gave up work to become a full-time mother. Six months later, in desperate need of adult conversation and a creative outlet, she returned to work part-time. She is now a freelance writer and lives in Cambridge, in a house not quite as tidy as she'd like, with her husband and three children.
Praise for THE YUMMY MUMMY'S SURVIVAL GUIDE: 'Must-have reading from the maternity ward and beyond' Heat