The interview took place at number 52-55 Carnaby Street, right in the heart of the Mod shopping district in the west end of London. Interviewing her was the notorious Impresario (known as the God Father of Pop) Don Arden. When told which band it was she was visibly disappointed. But her reaction got her the job as Don said he didn't want someone who would be in awe of the band. He needed someone who would be totally professional as she would have unique access to the band that no one else would have, accompanying them on tours and television appearances. Don explained to Pauline that this access was necessary so that she had an inside knowledge of what the band got up to on a daily basis and this would provide her with the material she needed to write newsletters and respond to press enquiries.
Pauline continued to work with the Small Faces after they left Don Arden's management, when they went to Immediate records, although she felt she was not well treated by the record company and in time ended up working from home until the band finally split. Pauline was then approached by Don Arden once again when he took over management of the band Amen Corner, and Pauline was offered job running their fan club.
The book Pauline is available via Blurb, the publishers website, where a full preview copy can be seen. It has been compiled by Pauline's assistant Val Weedon MBE who worked alongside Pauline at the fan club offices throughout 1966.