Cake, Anyone? Scenes from Everyday Life in Extraordinary Times
While life as we know it is falling apart, there is always cake (as long as you have flour, that is).
In this collection of nonfiction, Liz Champion captures the chaos, confusion and comedy of her daily life in lockdown. Whether it’s introducing a new three-mop cleaning system, hunting for flour, planning socially distanced birthdays, moving house (yes, moving house in a pandemic), or trying to navigate the new normal with an asthma cough, parents and misbehaving dogs, Liz shares stories that are honest, relatable, and quick to find the funny side of life.
In a year when there’s not been much to smile about, Liz’s stories always elicit a chuckle. So put the kettle on, cut yourself some cake, and join her as she serves up slices of lockdown life that are guaranteed to make you smile.