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may take place in The City, but there's plenty of sass in the suburbs. While
Linda Sharp and Shana Moore might cop to being housewives, these gals are far
from desperate. Rather than finding their thrills with a pool boy, Sharp and
Moore delight in taking the head-splitting struggles all women experience, and
making you laugh until your sides have busted their seams.
Femail: A Comic Collision In Cyberspace is receiving rave reviews from editors to authors to every femail in between! And once you read it, we guarantee you'll turn into that old shampoo commercial where, "I'll tell someone, and they'll tell someone..." and on and on and on!
"What a clever combination of correspondence and personal essays! Both writers are immensely talented, and I enjoyed their topics of conversaton, covering everything from dinner nightmares to plastic surgery. Their growing relationship provides a clear narrative trajectory, and rarely has a burgeoning friendship been so much fun to follow." -- Tracy Behar, Editor, Little, Brown Publishers
dare you to find even one page of this wonderful book that doesn't make you
laugh. Linda and Shana are hysterical squared! And I mean that in a good way...
their musings made me smile, snort, and shout, 'Exactly right!'"—Debra
Garfinkle, author of Storky: How I Lost My Nickname and Won the Girl
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