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No.1 bestselling author Gill Sims is back with her eagerly awaited fourth and final Why Mummy novel.
I just wanted them to stop wittering at me, eat vegetables without complaining, let me go to the loo in peace and learn to make a decent gin and tonic.
Mummy has been a wife and mother for so long that she's a little bit lost. And despite her best efforts, her precious moppets still don't know the location of the laundry basket, the difference between being bored and being hungry, or that saying 'I can't find it Mummy' is not the same as actually looking for it
Amidst the chaos of A-Levels and driving tests, she's doing her best to keep her family afloat, even if everybody is set on drifting off in different directions, and that one of those directions is to make yet another bloody snack. She's feeling overwhelmed and under appreciated, and the only thing that Mummy knows for sure is that the bigger the kids, the bigger the drink.Reader reviews for Why Mummy's Sloshed
'Utterly brilliant' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
'Gill Sims never fails to make me laugh out loud' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
'I fell in love with Gill Sims razor-sharp wit' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
'I just adore this series' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
'Ellen is the single most relatable character in any book' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
'Devastated the series is finished' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
About the Author
Gill Sims is the author of the hugely successful parenting blog and Facebook site 'Peter and Jane'. Her first book Why Mummy Drinks was the bestselling hardback fiction debut of 2017, spending over six months in the top ten of the Sunday Times Bestseller Charts, and was shortlisted for Debut Novel of the Year in the British Book Awards. Her globally bestselling Why Mummy series has now sold over a quarter of a million copies.She lives in Scotland with her husband, two children and two Border terriers, because apparently one terrier didn't cause her enough trouble.Gill's interests include drinking wine, wasting time on social media, trying and failing to capture her lost youth, and looking for one of the dogs when he decides to go on one of his regular jaunts, while trying to stop the other one eating unspeakable things.