How To Get Ahead In Television is a romantic comedy set in the world of TV Production. I think you would like it if any of the following apply to you:
a) You have ever watched TV.
b) You have ever had a job.
c) You have ever dated anyone.
d) You have ever been, or ever will be 22 years old.
(If all of the above apply to you, then well, what are you still doing here? Get downloading immediately!)
Here is a little synopsis:
Poppy Penfold desperately wants a career in television. After months of dead-end applications, she gets her big break with a temporary job as a runner for RealiTV. But to land a permanent role, Poppy will need to go head-to-head with fellow runner Rhidian: arrogant, highly competitive – and ridiculously good looking.
Poppy goes all out to impress, but somehow things don’t go to plan. Whether failing to prevent a washed-up soap star from becoming roaring drunk during Scottish game show Last Clan Standing, or managing to scare the horses during the filming of Strictly Come Prancing, Poppy gets noticed for all the wrong reasons. With highly strung presenters and distractingly handsome producers in the mix, it’s Poppy’s determination that will see her win or lose her dream job, and maybe her dream man too…
Here are some Reader Reviews:
Kathy Martin – ‘Absolutely brilliant! Found myself going to bed early just so I could read more! Sorry when it was finished!’
Karen McIntosh – ‘Hilarious insight into the world of television reality shows!…The main character, Poppy is very likeable and the other characters she comes across in her work and family life are brilliant.’
Annie Day – ‘A witty take on the fickle world of TV production. This comical tale of Poppy’s attempts to make her mark as a runner at RealiTV is hilarious.’
Shriya Khambhaita – ‘A face paced romantic comedy that will keep you hooked from start to finish.’
Janet Gilliard – ‘This is chick lit but well written with likeable characters and a strong seam of humour. It doesn’t read like a debut novel but like a novel from a well-established author.’
Humaira Kauser – ‘Where do I begin with this book? It makes you laugh, cringe and smile like a goof. It’s absolutely amazing.’
Catherine Bryce – ‘An upbeat brilliant book that will lift your spirits and make you laugh.’