Mum’s Big Break by Louise Emma Clarke #BookReview #BlogTour #Aria #NetGalley #4*

 

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Blog Tour Poster 1

 

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Life in the spotlight was never going to be easy…

Jess’s life was turned upside down when her blog went viral. Now, with hundreds of thousands of followers, Jess is now navigating the trials and tribulations of a world online.

Being a mummy blogger was originally an escape, but now it seems to be turning into a career. And after one wrong post on her social media channels, Jess discovers that life in the spotlight isn’t always peachy.

With a new baby on the way, the possibility of starring in a reality TV show and a husband who’s struggling with his wife’s new-found fame, Jess has a lot going on.

Jess needs to decide whether this is everything she wanted it to be or whether this is all a bit too much for her?

Can Jess persevere against the haters, rise up above the pettiness and find the perfect balance of life in the real world and life online?

 

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Book cover

 

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Delightful & Entertaining!    stars 4

 

A delightful tale – and perfect for anyone who wants to turn their blog into a business.

Jess is a mummy blogger; having shared her experiences on the internet she has built up quite the following, but with success comes pitfalls – and the realisation that for all the supporters cheering you on there is always someone just as happy to do you down. As she progresses towards opportunity to turn her blogging into a career, Jess has to consider not only herself but her daughter, her husband and the new baby she carries.

Reading the author’s bio, I suspect there is more than a little truth in this book – well, don’t they say to write about what you know? Louise Emma Clarke writes in an easy, flowing manner which is both easy to read and entertaining. With a cast of realistic characters and plenty going on, this is a very pleasant read indeed. A good second novel and one I enjoyed. I love the bright cover! Definitely worth all four stars.

My thanks to the publisher for my copy via NetGalley, and to Vicky Joss for my spot on this tour; this is – as always – my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags: family life, women’s fiction

 

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Author Bio

 

Louise Emma Clarke

 

Louise’s blog, Mum of Boys and Mabel has over 100k followers. Having moved to Dubai with her family she’s now back in the UK and is enjoying writing. From Mum with Love was her debut novel, followed by Mum’s Big Break.

 

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Twitter: @mumofboysmabel

Facebook: @mumofboysandmabel

 

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