I blog about eco-projects, wildlife and real life situations that appeal to my sense of humour – sometimes I get asked to write articles. I wrote a short novel called The Frog Theory in 2017.
Clea’s in hot water, the only thing that will save her life is a leap of faith and leaping isn’t easy when you’ve got less than a day to plan.
Touchdown goes smoothly but as her new life unfolds, past challenges draw ever closer: one man’s obsession, the guy she wants to forget, and her part in unravelling a big, fat secret_The Frog Theory 🐸
I read it in one go – twice – I loved it so much!
A great story with great characters and dialogue which is genuinely funny. It has the best ‘fight scene’ I’ve read in ages and probably the best use of cat-litter in fiction – NO SPOILERS here I promise!
I totally love The Frog Theory, it’s a funny, quirky story of teenage life, love and angst. I couldn’t put it down and read it in one sitting. I felt that I knew the characters and couldn’t wait to see what happened next. It’s a book written for young adults but equally suitable for adults.
I once got told I had a good face for comedy (?) and now I know why! I spent the last half-hour killing myself laughing. Thankfully, the rest of you don’t look quite so silly, and there are actually a couple of decent ones of me somewhere. Ahhh, what a night. Thank you, Mimi. And…
Next Thursday ‘we’ are re-launching ‘The Frog Theory’ at the No.1 Ladies’ Coffee House, which was handed over to Mimi Shand by Alexander McCall Smith, celebrated author of ‘The No.1 Ladies Detective Agency’ and I – can’t – wait! Alexander McCall Smith also started the Really Terrible Orchestra, which makes me feel better about the…
I love conversation There is a real pleasure in chatting to someone and seeing a spark of interest in their eyes when a topic of mutual interest materialises… Read the article http://www.femalefirst.co.uk/books/fiona-mordaunt-the-frog-theory-1036991.html