Interview with Alana Munro, author of Women Behaving Badly
Women Behaving Badly – Exposing the Truth about Female Friendship is about the toxic behaviours sometimes conducted between women of all ages. Bitching does not end as soon as females grow up. We all know about teenage girls – but what about forty year old women with three kids? This book exposes the reality of being a woman. Not all women are nurturing or fair. Some women are mean and never seem to mature after their thirteen birthday.
I highlight and discuss the bad behaviours to look out for, such as jealousy, power games, competition, bitching, bullying, gossiping and more.
However what is unique about this book is how deeply personal it is. Throughout the book there are many painful and often quite shocking tales of females behaving badly towards me. All of the stories are true and happened to me directly. The most unlikely ‘friends’ can turn toxic on us and I want to reveal what can go on behind the sweet smiles.
It’s not all scary and nail biting. I do believe it is possible to find healthier and happier relationships with females. I show you the tough questions to ask yourself to make sure you can protect yourself from the bad behaviours.
What genre is it?
What kind of readers will it appeal to?
The book has been recommended reading for young women who are being bullied or hurt by females in their life.
It is clear talking and easy to understand. There is no mind boggling psychology jargon. This book was written by a young woman for young women.
Complete this sentence for us: if you like _________________, you’ll love my book.
You’re a woman too, so have you ever been guilty of the kind of bitchiness you talk about in the book?
How would you like the reader to feel as they read the last word of your book?
Tell us a bit about yourself.
I am planning on writing my second book. I received a lot of positive feed back for Women Behaving Badly, so I really must continue writing.
It is a joy but lots of hard work! Let’s just say the house work gets neglected.
We know we are part of the publicity for this book, but we’re curious as to how the rest of it is going.
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