The Mummy Bloggers by Holly Wainwright
Elle Campbell is a glossy, lycra-clad mum with washboard abs, a ten-year plan and a secret past.
Abi Black has quit sugar, moved to the country and is homeschooling her kids.
Leisel Adams slogs away at her office job each day before rushing home, steeped in guilt, to spend precious moments with her kids before bedtime.
All three share a label that they simultaneously relish and loathe: mummy blogger. And when they are nominated for an award with a hefty cash prize, the scene is set for a brutal and often hilarious battle for hearts, minds-and clicks. As the awards night gets closer, their lies get bigger, their stunts get crazier - and some mistakes from the past become harder and harder to hide.
Ooh, this was so much fun! I loved the way the three main characters were so diverse, yet so intertwined. The whole hashtag thing with Elle had me in stitches, as did the lengths the bloggers were prepared to go to to try to win. Fast-paced and compelling, I wasn’t able to put this one down.