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Becoming Ted

Release date: 1 June 2023
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Full of warmth, humour and courage and I absolutely loved it!' RUTH HOGANA charming, joyful and s... Read More

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Full of warmth, humour and courage and I absolutely loved it!' RUTH HOGAN

A charming, joyful and surprising story about love, friendship and learning to be true to yourself, 
Becoming Ted will steal your heart.

Ted Ainsworth has always worked at his family's ice-cream business in the quiet Lancashire town of St Luke's-on-Sea.

But the truth is, he's never wanted to work for the family firm - he doesn't even like ice-cream, though he's never told his parents that.

When Ted's husband suddenly leaves him, the bottom falls out of his world. However, what if from is heartbreak could come an opportunity for Ted to build something new? And to finally put what he wants first.

Because Ted has always had another dream. A secret dream. Since childhood he has always wanted to be a Drag Queen.

As he starts on his path of self-discovery, he will soon be faced with a choice. Will he take on the responsibilities that others have laid out for him, or will he choose to pursue his lifelong dream?

Readers love Matt Cain:

'One of the best uplifting books of the year' 

'Wonderful . . . an utter treat' 
Kate Mosse

'A great big hug of a book' 
Michael Ball

'A heart-warming, joyous love story' 
Adele Parks

'I cannot recommend this book highly enough' 
Lorraine Kelly

'This novel is just a bucket of joy' 

'So uplifting, original and funny' 
Daily Mail

'Utterly joyful, you will smile your way through this' 


Product Details

Title: Becoming Ted
Author: Matt Cain
Publisher: Headline
SKU: BK0477945
EAN: 9781472291882
Number Of Pages: 464
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Release date: 1 June 2023

About Author

Matt Cain is an author, a leading commentator on LGBT+ issues, and a former journalist. He is currently a presenter for Virgin Radio Pride UK, was Channel 4's first Culture Editor, Editor-In-Chief of Attitude magazine, and has judged the Costa Prize, the Polari Prize and the South Bank Sky Arts Awards. He won Diversity in Media's Journalist Of the Year award in 2017 and is an ambassador for Manchester Pride and the Albert Kennedy Trust, plus a patron of LGBT+ History Month. Born in Bury and brought up in Bolton, he now lives in London.

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