You Can Take Her Home Now
By Anna Jefferson
You Can Take Her Home Now is about discovering the reality of motherhood vs the fantasy during the highs and lows of the first year - perfect for fans of Why Mummy Drinks and Louise Pentland.
Hilariously funny and excruciatingly relatable - perfect for fans of THE UNMUMSY MUM, Louise Pentland and Gill Sims.
Emily is sure she's getting this baby stuff all wrong. Why does everyone else look like they're smashing motherhood when she's barely made it out of her maternity leggings and out of the house?
Her other half tries to say all the right things (can't he just keep making her toast?). Her mum is brilliant (but on the other side of the country). Her two new mum-friends seem to feel like misfits too - but there's really just one person she wants to open up to . . . only Emily hasn't spoken to her for fifteen years.
Lonely but not alone, Emily's about to discover that when you're starting a family, what you really need are your friends.
Anna Jefferson is a fiction writer and playwright. She has written for stage and screen since 2005 and has toured her work through the UK. Born in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, her work draws on her abiding love of northern England.
You Can Take Her Home Now is her first novel and is inspired by her blog of the same name.
Anna lives in Brighton with her husband and two children.
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21 Mar 2019
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