GOOD GIRLS is a feel good, fast-paced, thought provoking novel about four heroines. Four best friends who epitomize the newly evolved 21st Century Woman. The woman who dares to be different, the woman who dares to rebel.Straight-laced CAT steps out of character when she secretly flies all the way to Sydney to ‘boil her soul mate’s rabbits’!JULES embraces singledom and commitment phobia, so when she falls in love with an actor 10 years her junior, in the space of twenty four hours, a spanner is well and truly thrown into her perfect life.KIZZY also meets the man of her dreams and much to her mother’s chagrin they plan to spend all summer together. Unfortunately, unbeknownst to everyone, the man is actually her father.There’s only so much sexist behaviour a woman can take. So bitter and twisted, EM leaves Japan and her boyfriend behind and embarks upon a journey that will not only avenge the male race, but hopefully put her back on her correct and spiritual path.”The plot is simple but excellent, the characters brilliant. However, you punctuate like a 10 year old…” editor of Good Girls – the ‘Revised Edition’ – where all issues have been rectified!”Absolutely disgusting…” Grandma.”This book is so edgy it shouldn’t be called a Chick-lit – it’s a Chuck-lit.” Chuck Norris actor and martial artist.”I couldn’t put it down – it made me laugh, it made me cry, it made my jaw drop to the floor!” Me mum’s best friend, Irene.”Funny as F#$% If Jackie Collins and Helen Fielding got it on – then Crutchley would be their love child.” Emma Twigge, CP Gazette.
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Forgive my disguise and forgive my pseudonym but both are necessary for two reasons…
First of all, I live on a God-fearing island in the Caribbean. In my novel Good Girls, I may have questioned Jesus’ sexuality (partly due to his attire and his refusal to shag Mary Magdalene). If the Morality Council on the island find out my identity – it ain’t going to be pretty, you mark my words.
Secondly, I teach 5 year olds. Now, I have a feeling if they find out I have been writing about boobies, pee-pees, front bottoms, kissing and sexy times, they’ll be non too impressed. And trust me, there’s nothing more scary than a class full of disappointed 5 year olds – they make the Morality Council look like a litter of puppies.
I would love to say that writing a book has always been my dream – it hasn’t. It was my mum’s dream. A week after she died, I picked up a pen and started to write about my Good Girls. My ‘Ghost-Writer’ is up there as we speak, impatiently tapping her foot, ready to write the next one!