‘Will you ever work in television again?’ the journalist asks, thrusting a microphone towards me. ‘I hope so,’ I say before scuttling into a cafe. It’s feeding time and I need to express. But questions niggle, like chafed nipples. Can women stand up for their rights without retribution? Should you cry over spilled milk? And what happens when a good girl goes bad?
“Wickedly witty and wonderfully wise.” — Wendy Harmer.
“Glows with the wisdom of a woman who has learned essential truths.” — Caroline Overington.
“So you thought working in television was all glamour? This is a cautionary tale, candid and funny, and a must-read for all working women.” — Caroline Jones AO.