Author(s): Zoe Foster Blake
Break-ups are awful, and they're very real, but that doesn't mean they get to take over your whole life for a year. YOU can take charge. YOU can be the boss of your break-up. YOU can choose to see it as a gift. And you dang well should! Life is too short not to learn and grow from our romantic upheavals, then move the hell forward!
Break-up Bossgives you all the tools and techniques (and lots of lectures - cute!) to deal with all of the stages of your break-up, and just as you need it- in your pocket, as you're about to call your ex/have another shot of tequila. This is a Real Life, no-nonsense picture of a break-up, and an enthusiastic, empowered and positive view of how to deal with it.
Think of it as a teeny-weeny pocket coach! Always on your side, and with a singular goal- to get you through this break-up in a positive, healthy fashion, and over onto the sunny unicorn-saturated hill of self-confidence and happiness. Or at the very least, to not text your ex just cos it's Sunday and you're sad and hungover and fancy some hanky panky.
ZoU Foster Blake enjoys writing her biography because she can write things like, 'The literary world was shocked when Foster Blake was controversially awarded the Man Booker prize for the third time', despite the fact that this is patently untrue.Things that are true include a decade of journalism writing for titles such as Cosmopolitan, Harper's BAZAAR and Sunday Style, as well as being the founder of all-natural Australian skin care line, Go-To.ZoU has written four novels, Air Kisses, Playing the Field, The Younger Man and The Wrong Girl; a dating and relationship book, Textbook Romance, written in conjunction with Hamish Blake; and Amazinger Face, a collection of her best beauty tips and tricks.She lives in Springfield with her husband, Homer, and her three children, Maggie, Lisa and Bart.