The book that eats the Size Zero debate for breakfast and coughs it back up with a side of comedy carbs, features the ordered ramblings of outsized and outspoken newspaper columnist Hannah Jones. Her diary will find resonance with all women, whatever their shape or size, who've felt pressure to weigh out their self-esteem along with their chips. It's a sharp, witty and heartfelt study on living life in the fat - oops, sorry - fast lane to self-acceptance. "Diary of a Diet" is about Hannah Jones' ongoing struggle to commit to get fit, stick to a sensible eating plan or think, once and for all, that she's simply fabulous just the way she is right now. Hannah's weekly column Diary of a Diet is a must-read for women of every shape and size around Wales every Tuesday - and, thanks to the internet, way, way beyond.
Hannah Jones is magazine editor for the Western Mail, the national newspaper of Wales. A sing-songy Valleys girl from Ebbw Vale, she is a philosophy graduate and a very talented singer. She became a journalist when her Top of the Pops dreams failed to materialise. The only remnant of her classical training is an ability to sound convincing when ordering food at an Italian restaurant. Hannah's home is near Caerphilly.