"There were times I was howling with laughter (as in couldn't stop laughing) - it really was that funny. There are also touching moments."S. Reisner, Author of Socerers' Twilight Series
"Self-published novels often get looked down upon by the "why couldn't they get published by a real publisher" brigade, but every now and then, you get a little gem that sparkles and stands out from the rubble, refusing to be tarred with that brush. This is one of them." Kell Smurthwaite, BCF Book Reviews
"This kept me laughing and at some points on the verge of tears. It's a book with a life lesson, and a lot of humour with a little vulgarity - in a good way." Alexandria Vail, Chicklitclub.com
From the Author
At 21, I thought I had it all figured out. Despite my love for writing, I chose a field that was more lucrative, and I was poised to apply for medical school that fall. I had a serious boyfriend, and I could easily wear my size seven CK jeans.
Two months later, my boyfriend dumped me and I gained fifteen pounds worth of jelly roll that poured out over the button of my once-so-friendly jeans. Throwing my hands up in the air, I canceled my plans for graduation, took a good long look at the jelly roll in the mirror, and began to notice some important truths about myself.
I realized that deep down inside, I had strong desire to tip the couch over in search of change for the rest of my life. I wanted to live off of Ramen noodles and take toilet paper from the gas station. I wanted to be that person who came back for a free refill six hours later, but yet wrote stories for a living and could maybe even be considered happy.