"I never knew bad dates could be so good." -- Kelly Ripa
"Loved the book." -- New York Times bestselling author and actress Fran Drescher
In Looking For Mr.Goodfrog, Karrie, Kline, an enterprising actress, turns her dating stories into a successful one-woman show. But has her quest to put her bad-date karma to good use turned her into a dating pariah? Find out in this sequel to You Have To Kiss A Lot Of Frogs.
Listen to the audiobook, narrated by Laurie, here.
Praise for Looking For Mr.Goodfrog:
"This book's hilarious! I can so totally relate!" -- Liz Tuccillo, writer He's Just Not That Into You and Sex and the City
”I found it ribbiting." -- Actress Jami Gertz
Women Writers on Bypassing Parenthood
This fascinating collection features a star-studded group of contributors -- including Margaret Cho, Wendy Liebman, Laurie Graff, and other accomplished, funny women -- writing about why they opted out of motherhood.
In Graff's essay, Knot Tied Up in a Bow, Laurie Graff looks at the men in her life and concludes a hugely important twenty-something lesson:that life is continually evolving, and that the search for self rarely culminates in a tidy, perfect bow.
In Graff's, The Eight Dates Of Hanukkah, a blow to the head puts singles events planner Nicki Heller in a Hanukkoma! Trapped in the unconscious world of Menoravhille, she celebrates Hanukkah on an endless loop, with a date from hell for each night.