Book: Husbands May Come and Go but Friends Are Forever by Judith Marshallcategories: Book, Women's Fiction, Girlfriends, Friendship, Contemporary Fiction, Relationships, Beach Read, Women's Relationships, Quirky Characters, Husbands, Female Friendships
Judith Marshallabout this book: For years, I wanted to write a book about the value of enduring female friendship. I didn't want to write chick-lit. I wanted to write about mature women; women who had experienced bigger challenges than deciding how many shoes to buy or which man to date. In 1997, a friend send me a copy of "The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood." I read the book and was inspired to write a novel about a group of girls who first meet in high school and stay friends for more than forty years.
After twelve years of hard work and several revisions, "Husbands May Come and Go but Friends are Forever", was released in 2009. Shortly after it's release, I received an email from a Hollywood producer and the book has been optioned for the big screen.
A few reviews...
• "This is a story of friendship, loyalty, compassion and unconditional love."
• "The characters were real and their story was that of many women we all know."
• "I laughed out loud countless times, and also found my eyes welling with tears at other times."
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