1. Is it important that Funnily Enough is a true story? Why?
2. Whilst most readers say they laughed out loud whilst reading 'Funnily Enough' one reviewer thought it a sad story. Another said that it is not a funny book. Is it sad? Is it funny? Would the funny stories lack appeal without the reality that ME or Chronic Fatigue is a disease that needs to be taken serioulsy?
3. Do you think the story could be made into a stage play?
Or could be read on stage with music and sound effects?