There was a point where divorce had been decided on irrevocably. It was 1997. The thought of such a radical and imminent life change somehow acted as a catalyst for the development of my psychic powers. I found myself listening to a voice one morning, clearly dictating a very humorous diary. I was alone in bed and there was nobody else in the room. This was the beginning of my divorce diary... The main purpose of my book is to convey that no matter what the circumstances, divorce is still a major life-change and can unravel a multitude of feelings, worries, trials and tribulations. There were also many practical things to be dealt with, such as moving house, getting a new job and so forth, which added to the trauma. I have detailed all of this with humour, often somewhat bitchy and caustic, because humour was my saving grace. I feature my husband, son (then a New-Ager), boyfriend, cat, friends and various others, who all played a part, changing names or abbreviating them to protect the 'innocent'.