A funny, warm and personal memoir that reveals what it's like being a regular busy working mum, who just so happens to have a job on the telly.
Australia's best loved morning TV presenter, Mel Doyle, invites you inside her home and her life. Now, for the first time, Mel shares what it is like to juggle a high profile TV career with the full time job of being a Mum.
In Alphabet Soup, she has collected together some of her favourite memories and anecdotes from the last ten years. Covering everything from her relationship with Kochie to red carpet exclusives, from baking birthday cakes to doing the school run, this is a delicious slice of Mel's life.
And, like the rest of us, Mel has highs and lows and a constant battle to balance it all out.
Dip in and enjoy some funny, honest and totally relatable anecdotes from life on and off screen!
About the Author
Mel is a journalist, author and television presenter, best known to many as the co-host of Australia's leading breakfast television program, Sunrise. She has worked as a journalist in the electronic media for over 18 years and has hosted many successful programs and specials throughout her career. One of the most popular faces on television, Melissa is also the proud mother of Nicholas and Talia Grace.
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A lighthearted and affirming look at working motherhood. A good read.
This book is all about how to juggle career and motherhood. I expected more emphasis on interesting stories/people that Ms Doyle has covered/interviewed.
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st April 2014
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.3 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1