When nosy little sister Mary 'stumbles' across Laura's diary in her old bedroom in York, it kick-starts a series of events
that would change people's lives forever. Winding its way onto BBC Radio 1, embarrassing secrets that should have remained
hidden forever in the dusty vault of a shoebox were made public (er...very public) for the first time. True tales of Laura's
unrequited love, punishing home regime and tragic fashion decisions all came back to haunt, and what started as a radio prank
went on to become a national obsession that captivated the hearts of millions and broke records on the airwaves. Recalling
all the good, bad and downright unfashionable moments of growing up in the nineties, "Laura's Diary" evoked heart-warming
nostalgia all around last Christmas, quickly becoming one of Amazon's bestselling indie titles for the year. Lavishly recreated
by hand, complete with the now famous diary doodlings, "Laura's Diary" is the diary everyone wishes they'd kept.