Different for Girls by Louise Wener

BATD ON Jun 02, 2010 AT 4:03 pm

Different for Girls by Louise Wener

Different for Girls by Louise Wener

Feeling nostalgic for 1990′s or the days of bubblegum Britpop?

Sleeper lead singer, Louise Wener is releasing a new memoir that will satisfy your cravings for the inside scoop on the British music industry.

At the height of their popularity, Sleeper had released 3 top ten records and eight top forty singles. The group disbanded in 1998, and though Wener has left her glamorous life as a pop icon behind, she has now earned the banner of becoming a bestselling author. Her newest release, Different for Girls, is a memoir that recounts her life from her geeky childhood in the suburbs to being caught up in the whirlwind of fame.

The book tackles tough issues like sex, drug abuse and the dark side of fame (with a few bad hair style choices thrown in along the way). Using a candid tone that’s equal parts realistic and hilarious, Wener proves that growing up is hard, whether you are an average girl or in front of thousands of screaming fans.

Different for Girls will in stores 10th June 2010. It’s available in paperback for £11.99.

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