A right good laugh with agony aunts Jean Price and Raine Vincent
Humour with agony!
Firstly, I’d like to introduce myself; I’m Ernestine Marsh and I am the author of ‘Agonising’ currently available in paperback from Amazon and on Amazon Kindle (Free on unlimited) and because it’s doing quite well, particularly with downloads, it will be available from October from other booksellers and on other platforms, if Amazon isn’t your cup of tea.
This book contains the spoof problem pages of Jean Price and Raine Vincent. And the spats that happen between them. Raine is a fun loving and to coin a British phrase ‘rough as arseholes’ enthusiastic drinker and Jean is a ‘retired’ headmistress, whose politics are to the right of Mussolini.
Raine, after finding fame as a reality TV star, was picked up to run the problem pages of ‘Hot Chat magazine’.
Jean was the star of a documentary ‘School: A private affair’ and was asked to leave her post after it aired. She writes for the upmarket ‘Life of a Lady’ magazine.
Their tumultuous relationship comes to a head after they appear on a celebrity dinner party programme.
I must add that this book is not chick lit! It has a smattering of black humour! And bucketfuls of daftness.
About the author: Ernestine Marsh is a woman who has written a book. A notable quote from the author: I’m no Shakespeare, but neither was Carmen Miranda.
Celebrity reviews of Agonising (Disclaimer: These reviewees were contacted via seance):
Cicero: I laughed my socks off!
Alexander the Great: Reading this book was the hardest battle of my life.
Charles Dickens: Loved it. I’ve always been a fan of other people’s problems.
Albert Einstein: I wish I’d never learned to read.
From Agonising: ‘…………………………….of course your husband may want to murder you for the insurance money, but what marriage doesn’t have its ups and downs?’
I will be putting a few unpublished letters on here, in due course!
So if you fancy a bit more, then please zoom over to Amazon and buy me or download me. Or hang on until October when I will be putting out details of where else you can buy Agonising from.
In closing I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who has bought my book. I didn’t think I’d sell a single one, so am beyond grateful that more people than I would have imagined have downloaded or bought it in paperback. I really appreciate it.
Thanks ever so, Ernestine. Big kisses.
And I’ve got a big P.S! This blog is now available (along with a few new bits and pieces) in my book ‘In agony again!’.