When the beneficent Mr. Hall rode into my life all those years ago, I can’t say I was struck with his princely bearing. He did have a rather boyish charm that made me laugh. So after a ton of pizzas, served with buckets of beer, (plus a rose bouquet from a neighbor’s garden) what do you know? Mr. Hall started to look a lot like my Prince Charming.
Which brings me to The Break-up Diet, the true story of a 30-something single mother/aspiring writer who’s working as an exotic dancer and searching for her own Prince Charming. Not an easy feat when trying to find a perfect balance between her dreams and her day-to-day life as Supermom.
The Break-up Diet is by Annette Fix, the Senior Editor for Wow!Women-on-writing. She lives in California with her Danish Prince Charming, her son, and two dogs. She’s inviting women to visit The Break-up Story Forum, a place where you can share your own break-up or dating stories. Or check out the book’s website here.
The Break-up Diet: A Memoir goes on sale today. Be sure to check it out. But don’t let that title fool you. Annette finally found her Prince Charming. And I happen to know she’s living the happily ever after. Just like me and the beneficent, and as charming as ever, Mr. Hall.
Great Blog, and wonderful post!
Cathy,Never underestimate the romantic properties of pizza and beer! LOL When we were dating, the first time my hubby told me that he loved me, we were eating In N Out Burgers, sitting in his truck in the parking lot! Maybe it’s true that the way to a guy’s heart is through his stomach! ;-)I hope you and your DH have a wonderful Valentine’s Day!Hugs,Annette
Oh yeah, and I forgot to say… THANK YOU SOOOO MUCH FOR SUPPORTING MY BOOK!
Awww… it’s the neighborhood flowers that got me. That’s sweet. ;o)Happy Valentine’s Cathy!
Thanks for stopping by, y’all!The beneficent Mr. Hall gave me a bookstore gift card…I know the first book I’ll be looking for.:-)