Polly Williams grew up in Oxford and, having studied English at university, was drawn to journalism. She created her first job by launching a fashion magazine (now defunct). After that she worked at FRANK, PUNCH, YOU and INSTYLE, whilst writing for other publications. When Polly got pregnant, she decided to take an early maternity leave to begin writing her novel. Instead, on the night of her leaving party, her waters broke, scuppering her plans. THE RISE AND FALL OF THE YUMMY MUMMY did get written, eventually, and Polly hasn't looked back since.
'Williams writes with deadly, witty accuracy about modern life' - Sophie Kinsella'Fun from the start ****' - Heat'A sharp and witty insight into one of the biggest modern marriage dilemmas' - Glamour'Don't miss it' - Cosmopolitan'Fizzes with life and... brilliantly witty one-liners' - Daily Telegraph'This disarmingly delightful book will ring bells with many who have learnt that happy-ever-aftering needs more than the wave of a magic wand' - Woman s Day, Australia