As modern as it is timeless, Lorraine “The Happy Lesbian Housewife” Howell’s book, “Memoirs of a The Happy Lesbian Housewife – You Can’t Make This Stuff Up. Seriously!” takes the reader on spirited rides through the amusement park of life. Often sweet, sometimes sardonic but never cynical, Ms. Howell paints vivid pictures of her unique but relatable tales with a poignant humor that will delight readers page after page.
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Some people think funny; some people write funny; Lorraine Howell lives funny. And, fortunately for us, she’s elected to share her reality-is-stranger-than-fiction life with us in “Memoirs of the Happy Lesbian Housewife – You Can’t Make this Stuff Up, Seriously!” A late blooming lesbian with three adult children, Howell has ample material from which to draw as she shares her tales of leaving her marriage, coming out and living happily ever after with her Sapphic love, Sweetie. Toss in Howell’s southern-born-and-bred penchant for no-holds-barred storytelling and her “speak first, think later” approach to life and “Memoirs of the Happy Lesbian Housewife” is guaranteed to entertain.