The Disorganisation of Celia Stone
Every fan of Bridget Jones should have this book on their to-be-read list. Meet Celia Stone, the ultimate hyper-organised, journal-obsessed thirty-something with a life that is perfectly planned out and running like clockwork. From her promising writing career to her devoted partner and rigorous fitness routine, Celia has it all – and she’s right on track with her early retirement plan. But when her husband suggests it’s time to start a family, Celia begins to question whether a new addition might just throw everything she’s worked so hard to achieve off-course. Join Celia on a year-long journey of spiralling schedules and the ups and downs of trying to have it all.
‘Move over Bridget Jones – there’s another diarist in town and she is funnier, savvier and even more relatable. Like so many of us, Celia wants her life to be perfect, but she isn’t quite sure what perfect is. Filled with witty observations, this book has just the right mix of tenderness and joy.’
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Emma Young is a journalist for WA today who works closely with the books editor at SMH and The Age.
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