Bridget Asher





Bridget Asher

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Bridget Asher is a high-powered neurotic with an anxious heart that sometimes kicks up unexpectedly like a lawnmower motor in her chest. And because she's looked at the bios and author photos of a large number of other authors, she believes that she needs to attach a warning label or an advisory report or an apologia of some sort because...

1. She does not have an authentically dingy T-shirt a la Colson Whitehead.
2. She does not have teeth as grand and white and straight as Lolly Winston.
3. She cannot pull off funky striped leggings for an author photo like Myla Goldberg nor has she been able to pose with a pet bear on a leash like Gary Shteyngart. (In general, she balks at stunts with animals.)


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Average rating: 3.52 · 4,359 ratings · 776 reviews · 6 distinct works · Similar authors
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My Husband's Sweethearts
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“It was strange how loud the world was when you weren't filling it up with your own noise.”
Bridget Asher, The Provence Cure for the Brokenhearted

“This mountain, the arched back of the earth risen before us, it made me feel humble, like a beggar, just lucky to be here at all, even briefly.”
Bridget Asher, The Provence Cure for the Brokenhearted

“we will spend this long afternoon crying and laughing at the same time, so that i can no longer tell which one is the truest form of grief.”
Bridget Asher, My Husband's Sweethearts

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