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Double Booked [electronic resource] : The fun, fresh, must-read debut romcom of 2022!

Lindon, Lily2022
Gina is about to marry her boyfriend. George is about to join a lesbian pop band. Gina and George are the same person. No wonder Georgina is DOUBLE BOOKED. Georgina has a strict routine:1) teach piano to bored children 2) schedule dates with long-term boyfriend 3) repeat until deadPerfect.But then, one wild night, she auditions for a famous lesbian pop band and realises:1) she longs to play her own music 2) she wants to be just like them 3) their drummer is really hot...Realising she might be bisexual, Georgina – and her schedule – are in chaos. Torn between the safety of her old life, and the freedom of a new one, she does what any rational person would do. She splits herself in two. After all, two lives are twice the fun... right?Praise for Double Booked: 'A laugh-out-loud romcom about what it means to come out, not just to those around you but ultimately to yourself... A must-read' Red Magazine 'The queer romcom I've been waiting for. A fresh and fun take on finding yourself stuck between two worlds, I challenge anyone not to fly through this novel, rooting for Georgina Green the entire time' Laura Kay, author of Tell Me Everything 'So fun and steaming hot' Mikaella Clements and Onjuli Datta, authors of The View Was Exhausting 'Warm and witty, smart and sassy, this bi romcom is a big-hearted and beautifully fresh story of love and self-discovery' Emylia Hall, author of The Book of Summers 'Literary crack. I am so on board it hurts' Leena Norms, Booktuber and author of Bargain Bin Rom-Com 'Sweet, charming, and has left me feeling hopeful about the future' Matt Cain, author of The Madonna of Bolton
Lindon, Lily, Author
[Place of publication not identified] : Head of Zeus, 2022
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Lily Lindon is a writer and editor living in London. She studied English at Cambridge, where she wrote, directed, and performed in theatre and comedy shows with the Footlights, at the Edinburgh Fringe, and across the US. She then worked at Penguin Random House, where she published the Vintage Classics' Love Letters of Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West. Currently, she's an Editor on creative writing courses at The Novelry and hosts Wit Lit, an interview podcast about funny books. She won a Comedy Women in Print Prize for 'funniest sex scene', an award she is still hiding from her mother. Double Booked is her debut novel, which she wrote during lockdown in a doomed attempt to stay sane.
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