|Number of Pages||230 Pages|
Girls arent really made of sugar and spice and everything nice. Well, perhaps some girls are, but those are certainly not the girls youll meet in a collection of wacky short stories, tongue-in-cheek diaries and not so grim twenty-first century fairy tales that turn love and friendship inside out and upside down. Youll find it all here: getting even with exes, changes in male-female dynamics, crazy diet wars, besties turning into worsties, dark humour, light comedy and the startling discovery that Prince Charming may not be your pitcher of beer. Young, fun and feminist, is just what a girl needs to chase the blues away.
About the Author
Rupa Gulab is a columnist and author of The Great Depression of the 40s: A Novel (2010), Chip of the Old Blockhead (2006) and Girl Alone (2005). She firmly believes that its much, much more fun to laugh than cry and get puffy eyes and a bright red nose like Rudolph the reindeer. Fortunately, in retrospect, almost anything is funny, right?