Mum of one, Jess, has had enough of endless diaper-filled days, and her husband Chris has just the solution to vent her frustrations – a blog.
Jess loves her daughter more than anything, but sometimes she just wants a little bit of freedom – some time for herself. Cue a laptop, a glass of wine and the beginning of a life-changing journey.
Overnight Jess's inbox is full of notifications and before long she is officially a 'mummy blogger', but this new life comes with its own set of rules and regulations. With Queen of the Bloggers, Tiggy, blanking her in public, people recognizing her on the street and her life decisions suddenly judged by strangers, Jess's idea of 'me time' is slowly becoming a full-time job.
Will Jess be able to find the right life/work balance? Or will she wish she'd never turned to a world online?
From the award-winning blogger behind 'Mum of Boys & Mabel'.
Praise for From Mum with Love:
'Catchy and engaging!' Macie Callewaert.
'Wonderful entertaining' Abby Siverman.
'I loved, loved, loved this book!' Petra Quelch.
'I loved the story as it followed the highs and lows of mothering' Natasha Brett.
'A relatable and hilarious read that I devoured in one sitting' Lindsie Gatto.
'I thought this was a beautiful and accurate representation of what it must feel like to be a mother' Whitney Meyer.
Great first Noval. Felt I could really relate to so much of the story. Already trying to google when the next will be released. Well done Louise. I really enjoyed this read. Followed Louise from very early on and so happy to see how successful she is becoming!
Weak story, weak characters. Truly a disappointment in how it describes the world of blogging. The writing was bland and lacked any real excitement and then it just kinda ended without any real climax.
Excellent debut novel
I have followed the author’s blog for the past year or so and therefore I was very excited to read her debut novel. I am pleased to say that I was not disappointed!
Louise has created a warm and relatable character which every mother can sympathise with. From the commando crawling out of the baby’s room at night to the tipsy ranting with fellow sleep deprived mothers, she has created a story filled with laughter and tears whilst being intertwined with moments of deep reflection on how quickly our babies grow.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book and devoured it in 24 hours! Looking forward to the next book!
Well done Louise!