Marian Keyes is Number 1 in the UK Bestsellers List - Making It Up As I Go Along

We can announce that Marian Keyes has reached Number 1 in the paperback non-fiction chart this week for Making It Up As I Go Along, her collection of essays, stories and anecdotes.

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Making It Up

As I Go Along:

 

notes from a small woman 

Published by Michael Joseph (Penguin Books) on 6 October 2016, £7.99 paperback

Published by Michael Joseph (Penguin Books) on 6 October 2016, £7.99 paperback

Celebrating 21 years of Marian Keyes as an international best-selling literary superstar, Penguin published Marian's third collection of essays Making It Up As I Go Along: notes from a small woman in paperback on the 6 October.

Marian Keyes knows more than most about the dizzy highs and unexpected lows of a life that depends on making everything up. In Making It Up As I Go Along she shares her thoughts and experiences on the challenging business of being a woman in the modern world.  Whether it’s how to be a makeup-obsessed feminist, who not to talk to on an Antarctic cruise, the best way to break up with your hairdresser or an honest insight into about being a writer, Marian covers it all.

An international publishing phenomenon, Marian Keyes is one of the most successful Irish novelists of all time. A global number one bestseller, she has written 12 novels, been translated into 36 languages, and sold over 33 million copies worldwide. Storming into print in 1995 with Watermelon, Marian created a genre that she has dominated and redefined ever since with books including Lucy Sullivan is Getting MarriedRachel's HolidayLast Chance SaloonSushi for BeginnersAngelsThe Other Side of the StoryAnybody Out ThereThis Charming Man,  The Brightest Star in the Sky The Mystery of Mercy Close, and 2014’s The Woman Who Stole My Life.

A talented comic writer, Marian remains a prolific journalist and cultural commentator, appearing regularly on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two, The Great British Bake Off Extra Slice and the Apprentice - You've Been Fired, while amassing a dedicated Twitter following. Using her trademark voice to address a range of subjects relevant to women of all ages, she has published two collections of her journalism, Under the Duvet and Further Under the Duvet, alongside her very own cook book, Saved by Cake.

Born in Limerick in 1963, and brought up in Cavan, Cork, Galway and Dublin; she spent her twenties in London, and now lives in Dún Laoghaire with her husband Tony.

Born in Limerick in 1963, and brought up in Cavan, Cork, Galway and Dublin; she spent her twenties in London, and now lives in Dún Laoghaire with her husband Tony.