Award-winning sports journalist Alison Kervin has written her first novel, called The WAG’s Diary. It’s a fictional account of the trials and tribulations that come with being constantly fake baked, stilettoed and drunk, and it’s bloody WAG-chavstic.
The book follows Luton Town head WAG, Tracie Martin, who is appalled at the influx of ‘Slag Wags’ coming in and lowering the high standards of WAG life. Some of the new breed are even wearing flat shoes, which she finds unforgivable, not to mention shocking. Taking matters into her own acrylic French manicured hands, Tracie decides to write a handbook to guide the way for newbies, wannabes and those who believe in upholding the true WAG code of honour.
This quote sums up Tracie in one line: “We were all upset when Victoria went for a short hairstyle, but you have to move on from these things. You have to let the pain go.“
Now this is the type of chick-lit we can get on board with.
We’ve got three spanking-new copies of the book to give away, and we’ve also had the pleasure of interviewing Alison, who has had many adventures following the real-life WAGs around Baden Baden and beyond for her research. She’s brill, and you’ll definitely get a kick out of her WAG expertise.
Our interview with Alison will be up on the site Monday, and in the meantime, to win a copy of The WAGs Diary, just drop us an email at wagsdiarycomp (at) kickette.com, with your name, email address and the answer to this extremely tricky question:
Which Liverpudlian lass is engaged to Wayne Rooney?
The WAG’s Diary, by Alison Kervin is out on AVON/Harper Collins in October 2007 and is available for pre-order:WAG’s Diary – Amazon UK
Link: WAG’s Diary Official Site
Winners will be randomly selected and notified when the competition closes on Oct 1. We’re extremely anti-spam, and your information will never be forwarded or passed on to any one else. Ever. Unless we get access to Becks, Lamps or Cristiano’s personal email, in which case we’ll be spamming the daylights out of their accounts on your behalf.