The diary takes a comical look at the events of everyday life through the eyes of a woman. Whether it is going to the vets, going to the supermarket, meeting the 'aggressive OAP' or the 'stressed out mummy' - it's all ammunition to this woman.
She is convinced that her husband is trying to kill her, first through the use of poison and then moving on to other means. This provides a comical thread running through the book as he fails in his attempts. It is witty, believable and the reader will be able to relate to the characters and the everyday situations that they find themselves in.
The husband and wife engage in totally pointless conversations, such as the wife buying a new £1 loo brush from the supermarket and the husband quizzing her for ten minutes on whether it was a necessary purchase. The husband, of course, will buy a new car at the drop of a hat.
The husband is a hoarder and the wife has to throw out his favourite pillow without him noticing and then try to keep up the pretence that he is still sleeping with his pillow. 'Pillowgate' will have female readers howling with laughter.
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About the Author
She started writing 'Tales from...' as her Facebook status updates and a number of friends told her that she should write a book. It is well known in her circle of friends that Mr H wants a tractor. She has told him that he can only have a tractor if her book sells and all proceeds will go into the tractor fund. #tractor4graham is her first novel.
The sequel has also just been finished and should be available in the forthcoming months. The Facebook page 'tractor4graham' contains snippets from the books.