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Fabulous

Thoughts on Being a Woman

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Fabulous by Peta Mathias
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Writer and broadcaster Peta Mathias is a woman who has never been afraid to embrace life with all its glorious inconsistencies, joys and heartbreaks. In "Fabulous", she becomes every woman's confidante, as she shares with us the wisdom she has learnt over years of living outrageously. She is a woman who appreciates the importance of a gorgeous pair of shoes and the perfect shade of lipstick. She knows the value of good friends, great music, lively conversation, beautiful surroundings and a one-way ticket to an exotic destination. And having loved and lost - more than once - Peta also has her own theories on why relationships begin and end. And then there's the sex chapter! Inspirational, razor-witted and irresistibly funny, "Fabulous" is a must-read for each and every fabulous woman out there.

Author Biography

Peta Mathias was born in New Zealand and began her career as a registered nurse before moving to Canada, where she lived for six years and worked as a toxicotherapist. She then lived in Paris for ten years and worked as a chef and ran her own restaurant. Since 1990, she has been based in Auckland, where she writes books and fronts prime-time food and travel programmes. In 2006, she founded a company hosting gastronomic adventures in Uzes in the south of France, Marrakesh and Rajasthan, and in 2008 she set up her own television production company to produce cookery DVDs and television series of her culinary trips.
Release date Australia
March 4th, 2010
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
integrated b/w illustrations
Imprint
Mainstream Publishing
Pages
240
Dimensions
129x198x17
ISBN-13
9781845965754
Product ID
3864019

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