Angie Langley grew up in Somerset and has lived in the south west of England all her life. Nowadays home is in the beautiful Woodford Valley near Salisbury on the banks of the river Avon. A tiny piece of heaven and a true writers paradise. Angie’s books are based on her true-life experiences enhanced by a furtive imagination and everyday observations inspired by the highs and lows of a distant past that has given her the strength to tackle each day with a smile. Lighthearted and poignant Angie tells her story with with honesty and bags of humour focusing on everyday situations that many women will relate to. Now a motivational speaker Angie champions the importance of self belief by tackling the subject of self-confidence and how the lack of it often effects so many in our society. Angie is convinced confidence needs to be nurtured and encouraged by those around us. Her message to other women.
“The key to self-confidence is believing YOU CAN!”
Five feet one and full of fizz, Jennifer Brown lights up the room. She has a gorgeous partner, a wicked best friend, and a boss who doesn’t mind that she’s the worst typist on the planet. She’s loyal, generous and irredeemably ditzy. Everyone loves Jennifer Brown. But can she learn to love herself? When her world caves in, she needs every ounce of her steely core to step back from the abyss and take charge of her life, reinventing herself first as cook and housekeeper to a saucy sexagenarian, then as manager of a tumbledown country estate with sensitive secrets.
Peopled by a battalion of hilarious characters from the caustic, cross-dressing confidant to the besotted ex-boyfriend with a barmy ex-wife, Jennifer Brown’s Journey is a heartwarming, thoughtful, often poignant portrait of the trials of life as a thirty-something woman. Jennifer Brown champions the importance of self-belief, and the value of a bucket-sized glass of wine in a tight spot. And always in the background, there’s the quiet man with the warm eyes and the velvet vowels.What on earth is Jennifer Brown going to do about him?
Five feet one and full of fizz, Jennifer Brown has learned to roll with the punches and adapt to whatever life throws at her. It’s thrown plenty in the past and she’s had to use her steely core to reinvent herself, first as cook and housekeeper to a saucy sexagenarian, then as manager of a tumbledown country estate with sensitive secrets.
In Jennifer Brown On The Move, this Bridget Jones with knobs on is taking charge of her life again, showing the world she can move in the most exalted, high-power circles and lose not an ounce of her gutsy, down-to-earth charm.
Her hilarious cross-dressing confidant Will is on hand once again, with pearls of caustic widsom, and her old boss Jonathan Dashwood-Silk breezes in and out of her life, still dripping charisma but still needing our heroine to dig him out of the odd hole.
As she crosses continents and breaks bread with the world’s movers and shakers, Jennifer Brown finds her mind still troubled by thoughts of the quiet man with the warm eyes and the velvet vowels. Then that daydream is torpedoed when she’s invited to his wedding.
But you know Jennifer. She never gives up!
Loved loved loved this book! You’ll be hooked from page 1 and begging for the second book. I can’t wait for it to come out! ⭐️⭐️⭐⭐️⭐️
I haven’t enjoyed a book as much as this in a long time. I felt like I was following her journey and meeting the characters with her. It’s beautifully written and a real page-turner. I absolutely cannot. wait for the sequel.
Jennifer Brown's Journey was a complete delight from start to finish. I honestly read the entire story in one 3 hour sitting!⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
A fantastic read! Picked it up this morning and read the whole thing in one sitting! Funny, moving, encouraging. A great read for a lazy day in the sun or tucked up next to a roaring fire. Can’t wait for the next one!
A fantastic read, picked it up this morning and have just finished it in time for tea! Funny, moving, encouraging.
Loved this book was hard to put down such a happy and sometimes sad read. Brilliant! Can't wait for book Two. Well done Angie
Delighted to have been invited by Waterstones, Salisbury to sign copies of books. A huge thanks to all those who came along to support me.
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I’m hugely proud to have travelled to Edinburgh to see the fabulous performance of 'Jennifer B' (the musical theatre adaptation of 'Jennifer Brown's Journey' which premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe on the 12th - 17th August 2019. The musical written by Tish Tindall has being produced by Lossiemouth Entertainment Academy in Scotland which shot to fame in 2014 when the late Hollywood Producer and TV Personality David Gest asked Tish Tindall and LossieEA co-founder Diane Aspinall, to breathe new life into a project originally conceived by himself and Michael Jackson; a musical based upon the life and works of Robert Burns.
Formerly Rock Academy, Lossiemouth Entertainment Academy shot to fame in 2014 when the late Hollywood Producer and TV Personality David Gest asked Tish Tindall and LossieEA co-founder Diane Aspinall, to breathe new life into a project originally conceived by himself and Michael Jackson; a musical based upon the life and works of Robert Burns.
Jennifer B is a must-see! She's a thirty-something blonde with a red lipstick, a protruding front and an animal instinct. She may act like a fool and break all the rules but that's only to keep her dreams alive. If you need a friend she'll be there to the end. Whatever you need – she can supply! Based on the best-selling book Jennifer Brown's Journey by Angie Langley, this brand-new musical by Tish Tindall tells the hilariously heart-warming story of the break-ups, make-ups and inspirational life-affirming f*ck-ups of the adorable Miss B!
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