'Warmth and wit leaps off the pages . . . filled with blisteringly acute observations' Observer
Now and again we all lie awake wondering what on earth we're doing with our lives . . . don't we?
Claire Flannery has had more than a few sleepless nights lately. Maybe she shouldn't have walked out of her job with no idea what to do next. Maybe she should think before she speaks - and maybe then her mother would start returning her calls. Maybe she should be spending more time going to art galleries, or reading up on current affairs, and less time in her pyjamas, entering competitions on the internet. Then again, maybe the perfect solution to life's problems only arises when you stop looking for it . . .
'Imagine the diaries of Adrian Mole as written by the lovechild of Bridget Jones and Dorothy Parker . . . So good, so funny, so of its time' Red 'Quick-witted and sharp-tongued, lovable and flawed, Claire is a super narrator that readers will easily connect with . . . at once universal and unique' Irish Times 'I'm days away from knocking on strangers' doors now that friends and colleagues will no longer listen to me recommend it . . . Not Working is brilliant' Stylist