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My Nest Isn't Empty, It Just Has More Closet Space by Lisa Scottoline
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Jan 30, 11

Read in January, 2011

Lisa Scottoline and her daughter, Francesca, wrote a series of three- to four-page essays on everything from cougar mathematics to dating advice (that's the daughter giving her mom dating advice) to hosting a book club party for 700 people.

There were several essays that made me literally laugh out loud (quite a feat when I was extremely ill and laughing at all triggered five-minute coughing fits), and several times, I called my mom just to read passages to my mom, who would also read.

Scottoline is better known for her legal thrillers and mysteries, so is was a kick to see this side of her writing prowess. This was a fun, fast read, and I'm definitely going to track down her first anthology of such essays, "Why My Third Husband Will be a Dog."
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