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Kate feels old, alone, and regrettably round .

It's the 1st of February, and today happens to be her fortieth birthday. This month she must survive, a pending divorce, raising her offspring spawn from Satan, being Maid of Honor, a fellow bridesmaid from hell, multiple dress fittings, and her meddling mother.

Can she make it to March without losing her marbles?

Praise for Making March -

"A really great read! Many moments that I could relate to in my own life. Loved how it was written in first person as it really makes the story easy to read and understand. A fantastic read all-round!" - Amazon Review

"Grab a copy and laugh, cringe, feel attacked, and at the end feel excited for the MC, Kate!" - Amazon Review

"An enjoyable read that is sure to make you giggle. Making March is in the form of a diary, written by Kate. Kate is relatively new to single life after her husband leaves her for one of their mutual friends. A fun and cheeky read that'll transport you to Australia!" - Amazon Review

About The Author

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Hayley is an Australian author of light hearted fiction. Hayley was born and bred in Sydney and lives with her partner and two stepsons in Sydney’s greater western suburbs.

She loves animals (don't all writers), is a coffee addict, and has a wicked sense of humour. Hayley's sense of humour is brought to life in her story telling.

She loves to make people laugh, by writing fun Australian Stories they can relate to.

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