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‘And Guess Who He Was With?’

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  • "Poignant, witty, straight from the heart" – Joanna Lumley
  • "If the mere thought of poetry has you stifling yawns and looking for the nearest emergency exit, what you need is a quick dose of Liz Cowley's quick wit and sharp observations." – Fay Brophy, Sunday World
  • "If you do one thing this week, laugh at Liz's lines." – Sunday Independent
  • "The poems are short, bittersweet and occasionally hilarious." – Lucy White, Metrolife
  • "Liz Cowley explores the ins and outs of love, the work-life balance, cosmetic surgery, affairs and coping with kids: perfect for the busy reader and mum." – Sainsbury's Magazine
  • "A charming, utterly approachable collection of words about love, sex and life that just so happens to rhyme" – Red magazine
  • “Oh my goodness! Liz Cowley really knows what goes on in our heads! Another winner from a very talented lady. Buy it, girls . . . and boys, if you dare!” —Angela Hammond

Meet The Author

Advertising copywriter Liz Cowley has written poetry for many years, but only recently considered pursuing publication. Her first book, A Red Dress, took the top spot on Amazon and was turned into a stage show in Dublin. What Am I Doing Here? followed, and a selection from both books was featured as the finale of the West Cork Literary Festival. Her Irish grandfather, a vicar, came from Connemara, and she is married to Irish author Donough O’Brien, with a daughter and two stepsons. She has coauthored two novels with Donough: Serial Damage and Locked in Fear.

In this collection, her third book of humorous poems, Liz Cowley looks at the roller-coaster journey of women’s lives – and the lovers and liars, friends and enemies, joys and disappointments, frustrations and betrayals along the way. Wry, bittersweet, often hilarious, and with a characteristic sting in the tail, Liz brings her unique and often wicked wit to the pitfalls, perils and pleasures of love in a heady mix of laughter and tears.

Weight 0.283 kg
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