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Jackie Clune

Jackie is well known as an actress, writer, comedienne and radio broadcaster. Her recent credits include the role of Donna in the international tour of Mamma Mia! and the role of Mrs Wilkinson in the West End production of Billy Elliot.

 

Her non-fiction book, Extreme Motherhood: The Triplet Diaries was published in May 2006 by Pan Macmillan. Her first novel, Man of the Month Club, was published in the US by Penguin Putnam in August 2006, and in the UK by Quercus in September 2007.

 

Jackie’s journalism has appeared in The Guardian, The Observer, The Times, The Independent, the Daily Mail Femail, the Mail on Sunday, The Sun, Fabulous magazine and Grazia magazine. She often contributes to Woman’s Hour and Front Row.

 

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Jackie Clune
 

EXTREME MOTHERHOOD: THE TRIPLET DIARIES


Imagine going for a routine scan, only to be told that you’re carrying triplets…
On 22 December 2004, at a routine ultrasound dating scan, Jackie Clune was told just that. She had not undertaken any fertility treatment – indeed the pregnancy was ‘an accident’ as her daughter was under a year old at the time. She and her partner were going from one child to four in almost a single bound. Thrown headlong into the world of multiple births – a risky, scary and unpredictable world where there are few norms, where there is little support and practically no dedicated literature – Jackie’s first response was a profound desire to punch the radiographer. This is the story of what happened next.
From the first scan to the babies’ first Christmas, she charts the physical, emotional and practical rollercoaster of bringing three lives into the world all in one go. Essential reading for all parents of multiples – there are very few books available which offer more than a passing reference to twins or more – Extreme Motherhood will also also appeal to anyone interested in how people cope in extreme circumstances. Funny, honest and very touching, this book will allow people to do stop and stare – without having to pretend to be polite.
‘Fantastic. This book made me laugh out loud’ Davina McCall
‘I laughed, I cried, I had a hysterectomy!’ Jo Brand


PUBLISHED: PAN MACMILLAN 2006

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MAN OF THE MONTH CLUB


39, single, successful and blessedly childfree, Amy Jones had no desire for motherhood until a series of unexpected events set her biological clock ticking… ticking doubletime. Amy’s life is just fine. Perfect, even. She has made a success of her business, she lives alone in an expensive flat in Docklands, with no one to tie her down but her dog, Germaine. And she has a dog-walker anyway. Until Germaine dies – beneath the wheels of Amy’s own car – and a newborn baby is abandoned on her doorstep. Forced to re-address her priorities, Amy embarks on a mission to get pregnant before her 40th birthday and without any relationship complications. And so the dates begin… There’s the Mensa man, the bike courier, the male nanny and many more on a monthly basis. And all the while, there’s Joe, the good-looking doctor she meets on bringing the baby to the hospital, with the wedding ring and the horrible twins in tow.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Man-Month-Club-Jackie-Clune/dp/product-description/1847240518/ref=dp_proddesc_0?ie=UTF8&n=266239&s=books&qid=1337599707&sr=1-1


PUBLISHED: QUERCUS 2007


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