With a Miranda Hart endorsement, a bright yellow and orange cover and play on words in the title, My Mess is a Bit of a Life piqued my interest immediately. Although, funnily enough, the layout of this book at first gave me anxiety. It felt so out of order, the events of Georgia’s life from childhood to adulthood are told in short snapshot chapters. I was not aware either that Georgia Pritchett is a comedy writer and some incredibility needs to be applied to some of these anecdotes. In particular, the ones from her childhood were almost distasteful and … odd. When Georgia Pritchett starts to write about her work and being female in a male dominated industry, and motherhood, her child being autistic, that was when I started to sync more with the tone of My Mess is a Bit of a Life. I got the giggles a couple of times. My Mess is a Bit of a Life became compulsive reading.
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