Manners: A Modern Field Guide
Good manners aren't about cutlery, codes, or brains--they're about kindness.
Good manners are not about knowing what to wear for drinks at six, being pretentious, or catching people out with some mysterious saladfork-related regulation. Writers and broadcasters Kay Plunkett-Hogge and Debora Robertson have honed their combined social wisdom into a warm, witty, how-to guide on how to live modern life with manners--and have a lot of fun along the way. This funny, frank handbook is a cheat sheet to every social situation--a right-hand man(ual) to styling out life with sass and a modicum of grace.
About The Author
Debora Robertson is a journalist and writer specializing in all matters domestic. She writes regularly for national newspapers and magazines, including The Daily Telegraph and delicious magazine, and is the author of Dogs' Dinners and Cooking for Cats.
Kay Plunkett-Hogge is an acclaimed food and drinks writer and the author of Baan, Aperitivo: Drinks and Snacks for the Dolce Vita, Adventures of a Terribly Greedy Girl, A Sherry & a Little Plate of Tapas, Heat: Cooking with Chillies, and Make Mine a Martini.