They’re many, diverse, often hilarious, sometimes informative and always entertaining, and one of Zoe Foster Blake’s books, The Wrong Girl, has even been adapted for TV. From romance tips to bestselling novels to step-by-step skincare advice, here’s a snapshot of some of the books by this journalist, beauty blogger, cosmetics entrepreneur, Orangutan Project ambassador and author of (clearly) many talents.
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.
Clever beauty tricks, should-own products and spectacularly useful how-to-do-its.
Playing the Field
Jean Bennett knows as much about football as she does astrophysics. But when she moves to the bright lights of Sydney and falls in love with a star footballer, she has to learn – fast.
Zoe’s step-by-step lessons in successful romancing, with male commentary from self-confessed male, Hamish Blake.
The Younger Man
When Abby enjoys a memorable night with a delicious 22-year-old, she easily waves him out of her life the next morning. It was only supposed to be a bit of fun…
Makeup for every occasion, practical skincare routines, and step-by-step instructions for winged eyeliner, arresting red lips, foolproof tanning, simple up-dos, sexy second-day hair, and more.
The Wrong Girl
A funny, heartfelt novel about what happens when life, love, work and friendships collide.
The game's on and the girls are out to win . . .
He was only supposed to be a bit of fun...
What happens when you discover the man of your dreams is going out with your best friend?
Sometimes it's better to kiss than to make up . . .
How to find The Guy, make him fall wildly in love with you, and keep it that way.
All the answers are here, in this top-to-toe beauty extravaganza. Former Cosmopolitan and Harper's BAZAAR beauty director, and the founder of Go-To skin care, Zoë Foster Blake suggests makeup colours and brands for every occasion; useful, practical skin care routines and products for every age; and step-by-step instructions for winged eyeliner, arresting red lips, foolproof tanning, simple updos, sexy-second-day hair, and much, much more . . .
Three Penguin Random House novels honoured among the Australian Book Review’s fan favourites.
Stories real and imagined about the moral cost of slavery, and its implications on humanity.