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  • Published: 14 October 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448170197
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 240

That's More Of It Now

The Second Book Of Irish Mammies




The follow-up to the bestselling Irish humour book of 2012

Colm O’Regan’s massive bestseller Isn’t It Well For Ye? The Book of Irish Mammies brought the wonderful world of the Irish Mammy to homes across Ireland, where it took pride of place alongside the good scissors and the bit of string that might come in handy someday. And now, before you can say “Is it that time already?”, Irish Mammy is back with more words of wisdom.
That’s More Of It Now: The Second Book of Irish Mammies takes us even deeper into this parallel universe, with advice on everything from how to tell Mammy she is about to become a Granny to how to discipline a child (aged 0–45), touching on Irish Mammies’ role in the worlds of sport, the workplace, technology, religion and culture. Enjoy popular fairy-tales retold with an Irish Mammy at the centre of them; marvel at exclusive, not-yet-released scenes from the epic Game of Scones; and find some essential apps for the Modern Mammy’s tablet.
Probably the most important sequel since The Godfather Part II, or at least Fifty Shades Darker, That’s More Of It Now will find a place in everybody’s heart (and stocking). Just don’t leave it on a damp step.

  • Pub date: 14 October 2013
  • ISBN: 9781448170197
  • Imprint: Transworld Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 240

About the Author

Colm O'Regan

He had a good job and a degree and everything but Colm O’Regan gave it all up to try and be a comedian. He is also a columnist, broadcaster and anything else that will keep the wolf from the door. He heard there was fierce money in books so he has written four – the three bestselling books of Irish Mammies and also Bolloxology, a title which neatly sums up his skillset. From Dripsey in County Cork, Colm now lives in Dublin but he’s up and down that road a good bit – especially since they put in the motorway.

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