Diary of an Adorable Fat Girl is going on tour with Rachel's Random Resources, if you wish to participate please contact me on rachel@rachelsrandomresources.com with your name, blog name, preferred post type and availability. 

Diary of An Adorable Fat Girl by Bernice Bloom

Genre: Contemporary women’s fiction/romantic comedy

Tour Dates: 8th - 14th March 2018

Publication Date: 7th January 2016

Formats available: Mobi, Epub

Book one of a series of mini books (all of them are around 30k words each)

Estimated Page Count - 64

Types of post available: Review, Guest Posts, Q&As, Extracts

Purchase from Amazonhttp://amzn.to/2rpeY9D

Mary Brown is funny, gorgeous and bonkers. She's also about six stone overweight. When she realises she can't cross her legs, has trouble bending over to tie her shoelaces without wheezing like an elderly chain-smoker, and discovers that even her hands and feet look fat, it's time to take action. But what action? She's tried every diet under the sun.


This six-book series is the hysterical story of what happens when Mary joins 'Fat Club' where she meets a cast of funny characters and one particular man who catches her eye.


The story is laugh-out-loud funny and will resonate with anyone who has dieted, tried to keep up with any sort of exercise programme or spent 10 minutes in a changing room trying to extricate herself from a way too-small garment that she ambitiously tried on and is now completely stuck in.

About Bernice Bloom

Hello, my name is Bernice Bloom and I am a writer (I write light-hearted rom-com style novels and also work as a magazine journalist and advertising copywriter) and jewellery designer. My recent series of novels is called ‘Adorable Fat Girl’ and it features a heavily overweight woman called Mary Brown. She is bright, funny, friendly and bonkers. She’s also fat. The books blend the comedy of her efforts to lose weight with a more serious backstory about what happened to her in the past that had led to the issues that make her prone to over-eating. I’m fascinated that there are so few overweight heroines in literature. Women can be manipulative, evil, even murderers in fiction, but not fat! Certainly not fat and beautiful with loads of friends! Then along came Mary and she’s developed quite a fan base of people who love the fact that the heroine is large. She gets lots of letters and I have ended up taking her on lots of adventures!

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Blog Tour Schedule

Maximum 3 stops per day.  Confirmed blogs will appear here. 

8th March

  1. Fraser’s Fun House - Review

  2. Nicki's Book Blog - Review

  3. Nerdy Book Life - Review

9th March

  1. @ILoveReadinguk - Review

  2. Wrong Side of Forty - Review

  3. Whispering Stories - Review

10th March

  1. Reviewerlady: Good'n'Read~y - Review

  2. Bound 4 Escape - Review

  3. Jazzy Book Reviews - Extract

11th March

  1. stardustbookreviews - Review

  2. Dash Fan's Book Reviews - Review

  3. 3 degrees of fiction book blog - Review

12th March

  1. Jessica's Reading Room - Review

  2. Being Anne - Review

  3. Six Tinder Weeks - Review

13th March

  1. By The Letter Book Reviews - Review

  2. Donna's Book Blog - Review

  3. Chasing Dreams Publishing - Review

14th March

  1.  Books and Bindings - Review

  2. The Cozy Pages - Guest Post

  3.  Amie's Book Reviews - Review

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