Description - Accidental Singleton by Kate Mulvey
The Accidental Singleton is a guide for women who find themselves single in the middle of their lives. Full of insightful tips and formulas, this light-hearted guide teaches you how to navigate your way through the choppy waters of being solo in your forties. It covers: the advantages of being on your own, how to appreciate the power of one, how to build on and make the most of your new single status, how to start dating again in midlife, the pitfalls and the excitement, the dreams, and, the desires and all that freedom and fun. Being single means you can be selfish, going to the gym instead of waiting for him to come home, finally having control of the remote. You can find you are having the best time of your life.
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New Holland Publishers Ltd
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Author Biography - Kate Mulvey
Kate Mulvey is a freelance journalist, author and broadcaster. She is also the co-author of several fashion books and Defining Moments in Art (2008). Her articles on fashion, lifestyle commentary and humour appears in the Times, Sunday Times, daily telegraph, Daily mail, daily Express and Sunday Express, and She and Red magazines. As well as working as a feature writer and author, Kate has appeared as a lifestyle commentator on numerous radio and television programs. Known for her intelligent, engaging and irreverent style, she is a regular guest on Radio 4, Radio2, Woman's Hour and BBC Radio Five Live. She has also appeared on BBC Breakfast, Richard and Judy, GMTV and The Vanessa Show. Kate has a degree in Italian and French and is a fluent in both languages. She also speaks Spanish and German and lives in London. As a 40-something who has survived her own midlife crisis, she writes from a personal viewpoint of self-awareness, empathy and above all, humour. This is Kate's second book with New Holland, after the hilarious "Flirting with the Barman".