The Mills & Boon Modern Girl's Guide to Working 9-5
|Series:||Mills & Boon A-Zs|
'This fun and feminist series of humour books celebrates the sisterhood with a wry smile.' - Red Have you ever...? A) Questioned how you can be expected to smash and clean the glass ceiling at the same time? B)Seriously considered poisoning your own sandwiches just to stop your colleagues stealing your food from the fridge? C)Wondered whether mansplaining could hold up in court as justification for office-based murder? If the answer to any of these questions is 'yes!', the Mills & Boon Modern Girl's Guide to Working 9 - 5 is for you: a guide to surviving the office - with a feminist twist.
'These tongue-in-cheek A-Z books provide laughs galore with advice on how to survive the modern world. Tackling crucial topics such as drunken eBaying, office fridge etiquette and explaining your job to your parents, each guide is guaranteed to make you smile.' - Bella 'Perfect for the gin drinker in your life' - The Sun 'Hilarious indispensable guides to life' - Woman and Home 'This fun and feminist series of humour books celebrates the sisterhood with a wry smile.' - Red
Naturally slight of build, Ada's first paid work, age five, was smuggling cigarettes and other contraband through the tunnels beneath the Berlin Wall. Enjoying her taste of early employment she went on to have over a hundred other different jobs, including, but not limited to: delivering eggs to Hollywood's most glamorous celebrities, cartographer, professional wrestler, mystery shopper, designing man-hole covers, and ice-dance choreographer. She is author of over a hundred books, all of which she dictates from her bath to her man-secretary, Alan.