The scoop: Her father taught her there are very few situations in life that we really and truly cannot change, and it is up to us to figure out how to either make fun OUT of them — or make fun OF them. And fortunately for the rest of us, Browne is well equipped for both. Including the exploits of the Queen contingent and her family, she delivers applicable tidbits like:
* Thinking or talking about watermelon can save any negative situation.
* If you get drunk in Scotland, you can’t have your cow with you.
* When sanity and reason fail, you can always cheerfully resort to ridicule.
* Denial means that every situation is perfectly perfect.
Our thoughts: Just when we thought her books couldn't get any funnier, she writes this one (this is her ninth)! Thanks for the serious LOL's, Jill!
Fun fact: There are over 6,000 Sweet Potato Queen chapters around the country.
Giveaway: 3 copies! Just leave a comment & we'll randomly select the winners after 6pm PST on Monday, April 30th.
CHICK LIT IS NOT DEAD PRESENTS...JILL CONNER BROWNE'S 5 THINGS I'D TELL THE TEEN ME
1. No tanning beds and no drinking from straws: See "alligator hides" and "purse mouth"--no cure for either and you will have both before you can blink.
2. Get in shape NOW and STAY that way--playing catch-up is endless and agonizing.
3. Do not waste your tears on someone who makes you cry.
4. A Boyfriend Who Sucks is NOT better than No Boyfriend at All. He's a boyfriend--who sucks! (Same applies to "Girlfriends," naturally.)
5. Do what you will WISH you had done when you're 50--which you will BE before you can believe it.
Thanks, Jill! xoxo, L&L