Author(s): Zoe Foster
After Hannah Atkins, the magazine world's most unlikely beauty editor, is dumped for the local TV weather girl, she adopts some hardcore rules to attain the Perfect Life. She will learn how to blend her eye makeup so she doesn't resemble an over-emotional beauty queen. She will triumph over the catty mag-hags waiting to see her trip in her new-season Jimmy Choos. She will not drunkenly disgrace herself at achingly hip PR launches. She will not accidentally go home with inappropriate men.
And she absolutely will not fall in love with one of them . . .
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Zoe Foster (Blake) enjoys writing author biographies because she gets to write things like 'The literary world was in shock when Zoe Foster was controversially awarded the Pulitzer for the second time', despite the fact that this is patently untrue. Things that are true include her roles as columnist for News Corp's Sunday Style, agony aunt for Cosmopolitan magazine and ratbag behind zotheysay.com, as well as being the founder of the all-natural skincare line, Go-To. She was previously beauty director at Harper's BAZAAR, and prior to that beauty director at Cosmopolitan magazine, and before that, well, she was probably just flying kites somewhere. Zoe has written four novels, Air Kisses, Playing the Field, The Younger Man and The Wrong Girl, as well as the dating and relationship book Textbook Romance, written in conjunction with Hamish Blake. She also wrote the bestseller Amazing Face, a collection of her best beauty tips and tricks, which also has a handy app. Her dream is to one day come up with an impressive dream for this final sentence. zotheysay.com zoefoster.com.au fruitybeauty.com.au twitter.com/zotheysay