Bestselling Author Pamela Ribon speaking & signing You take it from here
From the author of Why Girls Are Weird comes a poignant, funny tale about two very different best friends—one terminally ill with cancer, and the other determined to do absolutely everything she can to help.
On the heels of a divorce, all Danielle Meyers wants is her annual vacation with sassy, life-long best friend, Smidge — complete with umbrella cocktails by an infinity pool — but instead she’s hit with the curveball of a lifetime. Smidge takes Danielle to the middle of nowhere to reveal a diagnosis of terminal cancer, followed by an unusual request: “After I’m gone, I want you to finish the job. Marry my husband. Raise my daughter. I’m gonna teach you to how to be Smidge 2.0.”
In the spirit of Beaches and Steel Magnolias, You take it from here is an honest, hilarious, and heartbreaking novel that ultimately asks: How much should we sacrifice for the ones we love the most?
Pamela Ribon is a TV writer and best-selling novelist (Why Girls are Weird, Why Moms are Weird, Going in Circles). She’s been in comedy rooms for both network and cable television, most notably the Emmy award-winning Samantha Who?. Pamela has adapted her popular novels for both film and television, and developed original series for ABC, ABC Family, Sony, and 20th Century Fox Productions. She’s currently developing an original television series for Jerry Weintraub Productions and Warner Bros, scripting an original feature for the Disney Channel, and creating a graphic novel with Emi Lenox for Oni Press. Pamela is a former Austinite with a BFA in Acting from the University of Texas. She was a weekly columnist for the Austin American-Statesman.
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