READING MY NEW BOOK IS JUST LIKE LISTENING TO ME ON THE RADIO . . .WARNING: THIS IS A COLLECTION OF MY GENUINE DISTRACTIONS AND MAY PROMPT LAUGHTER.I AN DISTRACTED BY:Comments sent in by my listeners:'Once I took some black puddings out of the freezer only to find a mole! I had found it in the garden and intended to send it to Chris Packham for Springwatch' Mrs D'My mum said women of a certain age shouldn't wear beige jackets as from the back they look like a baked potato.' Lorna - Edinburgh Travelling back in time:I don't want to be a killjoy, but I remember a time before duvets were the norm, so I'm already apprehensive., And bearing in mind the lack of female toilets now, basic needs are going to be tricky.Stylish Snippets:Children, drunks and leggings NEVER lieThe Atom BombThe idea of 'the bomb' had me awake for years. I felt it might be up to me to get the cellar ready, but Mum was rather casual about the whole thingI am genuinely distracted by everything, and I don't think I'm alone in this. I consider my love of distraction a thing to be cherished., Like the annuals of my youth, this book is filled with puzzles, activities and mental musings. I hope that every page tickles your fancy. This book might be a perfect conversation starter at a dinner table, or the last thing you're flipping through before bed., I promise that you'll laugh at least once. So here we go. I am passing my distractions on to you.______________________________________________________________________________________________________The fans who have already been distracted by Liza's new book ., . . 'It's wonderful!' Harry Hill'The perfect gift' Dawn French'Utterly glorious' India Knight'I do love Liza Tarbuck so' Miranda Hart'National treasure' Sue Perkins
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