In 2011, How to Be a Woman, Moran’s fresh take on modern feminism was met with critical acclaim and was hugely popular with readers for its frankness and curiosity - and because it was very funny. Described as part memoir, part rant, it tackled the big subjects of modern womanhood - motherhood, work and marriage - as well as musing on subjects like tiny pants, Botox and expensive handbags.
Her latest book looks at womanhood from the vantage point of middle age, questioning, for example, why there isn't such a thing as a 'Mum Bod' and how sex got 'so boring'. It is as much a guide to growing older as it is a rallying call to celebrate the middle-aged women who keep the world turning.
Moran will be talking to Guardian writer and columnist Sali Hughes, and also answering your questions at this livestreamed event.