An autobiographical collection
columns by Sue Townsend
, the British writer
most famous for her Adrian Mole
The stories offer insight
into the life and concerns of Townsend, covering everything
from hosepipe bans
and Spanish restaurants
, to writer's block
and the posh middle-aged woman she once met who'd never heard of Winnie the Pooh
Like the Mole
diaries, this book doesn't have to be read in one take because, it's a collection of stories.
Not suprisingly, Townsend's writing style
has a close resemblance to Adrian Mole's...