"Make it your A #1 priority to pick up Plan C. Lois Cahall has created a heroine you'll want to hang out with. Libby is a true girlfriend: hysterically funny, bawdy, and smart - you'll laugh, cry, and commiserate with her to the point where once you've finally put Plan C down - after you've read every word of it - you'll miss spending time with her."
Jessica Stedman Guff, Executive Producer, ABC News & “The View”
"Racy, insouciant, uproarious, plugged-in and turned-on, Lois Cahall's Plan C is a breathless romp that knows all the best places to go, the worst people to avoid, and the perfect wisecrack to top off every occasion. It's a comedy precariously balanced on the awareness that the ground is shifting beneath the clicky heels of its sexy heroine, Libby Crockett, and the indignities of age are lying in ambush, ready to march up the driveway. But until then, kick back, raise a glass, and enjoy the ride."
James Wolcott, Vanity Fair contributing writer and the author of The Catsitters
"This is that rare and delicious thing, a satire with a heart. Lois Cahall has written a 'Thelma and Louise' for a credit-crunched world -a book so sharp and funny it would make Billy Wilder jealous. But Plan C is more than just the sum of its laughs. As Cahall skewers the ridiculous follies of modern life with a perfect six-inch heel,she also forgives all our vanities. Which is what makes this, finally, a surprisingly moving read."
Simon Beaufoy, Slumdog Millionaire, 127 Hours
About the Author
She's also appeared on numerous Television shows and was the anchor for ABC TV news "Top Priority" and an occasional host on Good Morning America Now.
This is also Ms. Cahall's tenth year as "The Screen Queen" (www.screenqueen.com), a syndicated radio personality covering the movie beat with an eye toward educating the "Bus Stop Mom" about age-appropriate family viewing of the latest Hollywood releases. Her broadcasts over the Saga Communications network reach more than 3 million listeners every week.
Stepping outside of her persona of "The Screen Queen" Ms. Cahall writes about women's empowerment issues for women's magazines - including Redbook, Seventeen, Cosmo Girl, SELF, Marie Claire, Reader's Digest, and, most recently Men's Journal and RED in the U.K.
Ms. Cahall has completed her first novel, Plan C: Just in Case, edited by Simon Beaufoy, The Full Monty screenwriter who won the Oscar & Golden Globe for his runaway screenplay success with Slumdog Millionaire.
The mother of two daughters, Ms. Cahall now divides her life between New York City and London.