Deborah Ross is an award-winning columnist and interviewer for the Independent and Spectator who has recently been poached for a huge transfer fee by the Daily Mail. She lives in north London with her partner and son who have never been any support whatsoever, but that is the cross she has to bear. She is a heroine to slobs, slackers and idlers everywhere.
An antidote to all those programmes and books about how to make your home look like the pages of a style magazine or how you must look immaculate while juggling 3 kids, housework and a job. Suddenly the women that find themselves constantly trying to live up to this perfect lifestyle can throw off the guilt and discover they are not alone. In fact there is a club devoted to the “Non-Domestic Goddess” and its members are increasing! This hilarious book based on Deborah Ross’s newspaper column is a welcome reprieve from the “goddesses” who want to save us from our slovenly ways. To find out more about Always Go to Bed on an Argument, click here.
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