Podcast episode 4 with the inspirational author Michaelagh Broadbent

Podcast episode 4 with the inspirational author Michaelagh Broadbent

It’s been another busy week getting my book (Mummy Jojo UNCUT – Time for a Mojo injection) ready which will shortly be live on amazon for Pre Orders THIS WEEK which is super exciting.  With this in mind, I felt it would be great to get a fellow author on the podcast for episode 4.  An author who really inspires me and has created something magical out of a really tricky, sad situation.


Michaelagh Broadbent has written the most beautiful book called My Daddy Is My Superhero, published June 2018.  The moment I started reading it, the tears started flooding.  You may have heard Euan Fleming talk about this book on episode 3 of the podcast and how much it moved him.  I am 100% in agreement.  In fact, I challenge anyone who says this book doesn’t move them.

Michaelagh is a mother to two young boys.   She is American born (her accent is SO NICE to listen to), and she now lives in Edinburgh, where she is raising her young family with her husband, Harry, who has a brain tumour. Michaelagh is passionate about creating magical memories.  Her ambition for some time has been to publish a book, in particular one that could make a difference to the lives of children who have been affected by the serious illness of a parent or other loved one.  I really do believe this book is very special.

Who should listen to Episode 4?

If you want to feel inspired.

If you want to write a book and find out more about the journey of two authors (Michaelagh and myself).

If you want to find a little bit of perspective and be reminded about the moments our kids REALLY remember.

If you love listening to a deep conversation.

Tune in on podcast app/itunes here or at acast here.

Please keep the feedback and ratings/reviews coming.  It REALLY helps.




  1. Patricia Freedman
    June 25, 2018 / 3:47 am

    This was truly emotional! What inner strength she has. What a beautiful gift that she has created for her family and other families who are going through the same thing. It’s always sad to find out that others are going through and dealing with the same horrible things you are, but at the same time she’s right that it makes us feel less alone. Thank you and keep up the wonderful job you’re doing. Thank you to your guests for having the strength and courage to share their stories and a bit of their lives with us. It’s not an easy thing to do. 💕

    • mummyjojo2012
      July 24, 2018 / 3:34 pm

      Thanks so much lovely xxxx

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