Book: Life Would Suck Without You - A Girlfriend Memoir by Jennifer Preusscategories: Book, Memoir, Biography, Women, Humor, Entertainment, Friendship
Jennifer Preussabout this book: There are all types of friends. Rich friends. Poor friends. Fair weather friends—and then there are Best Friends—your BFF's. Meet Jennifer, a wannabe soap opera star, new to LA and waiting tables in Century City. She makes three new friends, and they turn out to be inseparable.
Together they go from one hilarious adventure to another; crashing concerts and movie star bars, lingerie shopping, and laughing about men's shortcomings, all revealed through the razor-sharp, self-deprecating humor of the author. Life is good, even laugh-out-loud funny, and Jen discovers the real meaning of friendship. But when life throws them a cruel curve ball, which rocks them to their very core . . . is friendship enough?
A feel-good story that will make you laugh and cry, Jennifer Preuss's comical and heartwarming book tells the tale of an inseparable group of four women who navigate their 20s and 30s, dealing with life, death and all the things in between.
I was inspired to write down the collective stories I have with my 3 best friends. They are relatable, heartwarming, touching, and funny. This book is mostly for women from age 18 and beyond. Although some men have read it and have responded to the story in a meaningful way. Everyone can connect to love and friendship because we all are in search of love and acceptance. We all have stories to share.
The book took me 2 and half years to write. The title took me a while to figure out. I toyed with a few ideas but then thought about how my life would really suck without these girls and I fell in love with the title. The hardest part about writing this book was the order in which I was sharing the stories. Once I figured that out, with help from a dear friend, the story took shape and started to write itself. Research was not required because these were my stories to tell.
Writing a book is a daunting and yet liberating experience. I gave myself permission to "go there" and write from my heart. There were times I laughed out loud while writing and many tears were shed reliving some of the most painful experiences I have had as an adult.
If I had the pleasure of speaking to my readers, it would be to say thank you for taking the time to get to know 3 of the greatest people to walk this earth! I wanted the world to know how special these women are.
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