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Liz Rettig

  • 1 stars across 7 books
    Liz Rettig is over twenty-one and lives in Glasgow with her husband and two children. She works as a teacher and MY DESPERATE LOVE DIARY was her first novel. She used to be just like Kelly Ann, but she's all right now.
    20th July 2018

    Jumping to Confusions

    A brilliantly funny tale of romantic confusion! Cat is fat and boring - or so she thinks. Her mum is a stick insect... More

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    6th October 2014

    My Now or Never Diary

    Kelly Ann has only just come to her senses and realised that G, the boy she's fancied all year, is a total nerd and Chri... More

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    29th March 2012

    My Scorching Summer Diary

    Seventeen-year-old Kelly Ann leaves behind her boyfriend, family and friends in Glasgow to live and work in a London hot... More

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    27th October 2014

    My Desperate Love Diary

    Kelly Ann is fifteen and desperately in love with G - the biggest idiot in school. Her best friends Liz and Stephanie ... More

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    29th June 2015

    My Dating Disasters Diary

    Kelly Ann is a total tomboy. She loves football and computer games and has no idea why anyone would want to bother wit... More

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    5th August 2010

    My Rocky Romance Diary

    Kelly Ann is all loved-up with her gorgeous soulmate, Chris, so there's no way she's going to let her attraction for the... More

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    1st June 2006

    My Now or Never Diary

    Kelly Ann has only just come to her senses and realised that G, the boy she's fancied all year, is a total nerd and Chri... More

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