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    My Mess Is a Bit of a Life: Adventures in Anxiety

    £12.99
    This memoir, told in gloriously comic vignettes, is an utterly joyful reflection on living - and sometimes thriving (sometimes not) - with anxiety.
    ISBN: 9780571365883
    AuthorGeorgia Pritchett
    Pub Date01/07/2021
    BindingHardback
    Pages304
    Availability: In Stock

    One of Stylist's Best Memoirs for Summer 2021

    'Brimming with wit and honesty' Nina Stibbe
    'Funny, moving, insightful' Miranda Hart
    'Fantastically entertaining' Marina Hyde
    'A book that keeps you laughing, even when it breaks your heart' Sara Pascoe


    Multi-award-winning television writer and producer Georgia Pritchett knows a thing or two about anxiety.

    From worrying about the monsters under her bed as a child (Were they comfy enough?), to embracing womanhood, (One way of knowing you have crossed from girlhood to womanhood is that men stop furtively masturbating at you from bushes and start shouting things at you from cars. It's a beautiful moment) worry has accompanied her at every turn.

    This memoir is a joyful reflection on just how to live - and sometimes even thrive (sometimes not) - with anxiety.


    'I am SO excited about this book!' Richard Osman

    'Georgia Pritchett is a singularly hilarious person. Her book is a delightful and perfect reflection of her. It's tenderness sneaks up on you and really packs a punch. What a magnificent read!' Julia Louis Dreyfus

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    One of Stylist's Best Memoirs for Summer 2021

    'Brimming with wit and honesty' Nina Stibbe
    'Funny, moving, insightful' Miranda Hart
    'Fantastically entertaining' Marina Hyde
    'A book that keeps you laughing, even when it breaks your heart' Sara Pascoe


    Multi-award-winning television writer and producer Georgia Pritchett knows a thing or two about anxiety.

    From worrying about the monsters under her bed as a child (Were they comfy enough?), to embracing womanhood, (One way of knowing you have crossed from girlhood to womanhood is that men stop furtively masturbating at you from bushes and start shouting things at you from cars. It's a beautiful moment) worry has accompanied her at every turn.

    This memoir is a joyful reflection on just how to live - and sometimes even thrive (sometimes not) - with anxiety.


    'I am SO excited about this book!' Richard Osman

    'Georgia Pritchett is a singularly hilarious person. Her book is a delightful and perfect reflection of her. It's tenderness sneaks up on you and really packs a punch. What a magnificent read!' Julia Louis Dreyfus