I See Life Through Rosé-Colored Glasses

I See Life Through Rosé-Colored Glasses

by Lisa Scottoline & Francesca Serritella

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“True tales of how we live now from a mother and daughter who are best pals—and a very funny writing team.”
– People (Best Beach Book)
“The mother-daughter duo is at it again...Light, fun loving, and satisfying. Essay gold!”
– Booklist
“Like a glass of rosé between two covers!”
– Publishers Weekly
“Erma Bombeck for mothers and daughters.”
– Kirkus Reviews
“Wonderfully Entertaining”
– Parade
“A perfectly engineered summer specimen.”
– The New York Times (Named "A Cool Book for a Hot Summer Day")
“A hot book for summer.”
– USA Today
I Need A Lifeguard Everywhere But The Pool

I Need A Lifeguard Everywhere But The Pool

by Lisa Scottoline & Francesca Serritella

  • One of the Funniest Books Coming in 2017 by BookBub
“True tales on how we live from a mother and daughter who are best pals - and a very funny writing team.”
– People Magazine "Best Beach Book"
“They are adept at turning challenges into funny stories.”
– Booklist
"The two writers are very different in style and approach – Lisa tends to go straight for the funny bone in an Everywoman manner reminiscent of the late great Erma Bombeck, Francesca often aims at more serious matters but with a wry comic twist that is all her own. Both women are so skilled at building humor within their pieces that they defy excerpting. The laughs don’t come from gags, but from scenes in their lives that they build into mini-dramas.We all need down-to-earth wisdom and comedy now more than ever, and you will find both in abundance in “I Need a Lifeguard Everywhere But the Pool.”
– Connecticut Post
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Ain’t No Sunshine

By Francesca Serritella | July 8, 2018

My dog is staying with my mom, and I’m lost without him.

I had to take several short trips this month, so I sent my dog, Pip, and cat, Mimi, to “summer camp” at my mom’s house for a few weeks. This left me with time in between when I was at my place without my pets.

I say my ‘place,’ because without my dog, it warrants only the most generic noun. It’s as cold and impersonal as a ...

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