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The Secret Diary Of A Lockdown Mum

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Published September 5th 2020
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Simmone burnett
Sep 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Great read all mums defo need a read

Well what can i say it had me smiling from start to end .its been a great read.Angie what a talent you have.On so many levels i could relate to you. i have 5 kids with extra needs and lockdown as showed me you cant be a mum and teacher.lol .well done cant wait to see if another book comes along.p.s i hope iam not a tracy from the school.lol.xxx
Sep 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
2020 has been a year to forget, but you have not been alone and this book proves it.
This book has had me in tears of laughter, it’s made me understand my own frustrations with the world right now and the struggles with family life and that I was not alone.
Excellently written, witty tongue-in-cheek humour, loved it. Recommend
Angel Heaven
Oct 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
One thing that made sense during these turmoil days is the book of Angie Bailey! Reading this book will lift your spirit, will make you forget the horrible coronavirus stories and news.
Every page is worth your time.
Author Angie is such a brilliant writer, she made ways on how to counter the horrible situation that the whole world is facing!
It is an easy read, relatable, hilarious, practical. A must-read for all but especially to mums out there! so many scenes where mums can relate!!!
I'll share
Brandon Ellrich
Sep 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Humorous and relatable

I've always loved British humor and this book did not disappoint. I found it very interesting that although we are in different countries, the handling of COVID-19 was so similar--the government response, hoarding, face mask controversy, etc. The author's wit and sarcasm brought humor to a serious situation and made it realistic and relatable. It was not edited, which I think made the diary aspect that much more approachable.
Brenda E. Mcdaniel
Oct 07, 2020 rated it really liked it
Very interesting, humorous book about family life during the Pandemic. She describes the roller coaster emotions and stress of parenting. And teaching her children. But you can tell she loves her family very much. She also described views about the Pandemic. And all the ridiculous conspiracy theories. Good read!!
Vicky Ball
Oct 01, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Excellent book. Very funny and easy to relate to. Takes you back to lockdown one and reminds us that you don't have to be a perfect mum. Great read. Fully recommend it. ...more
Author Leticia
Dec 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I truly believe that this diary will reveal to posterity an accurate depiction of the lockdown of 2020; moms everywhere will be able to relate. My sister has a 5-year-old and 8-year-old, and throughout this whole period, I've also witnessed much of the frustration, anger, and exhaustion that plagued this UK mom as she fought to keep order in her home, her sanity, and composure.

She talks of the many battles that she fought with her children because they hated homeschooling and being locked in; hu
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Angie Bailey is an author from Essex who has previously self-published The Secret Diary of a Lockdown Mum series. Believe is Angie’s first novel and the first in a planned series of books designed to transcend age and to be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. Angie’s passions are her children, writing and fitness.

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