Learning to Float : In matters of the heart, thirty-three-year-old Lili Wright is far from where she'd hoped to be. Technically single but also dating two men she (believes she) loves, Lili wonders why it's so hard to make a relationship work - and whether either one of her current flames will last a lifetime. Unable to choose between the stable veterinarian and the dreamy writer, Lili opts for another path: the open road. She borrows a dog, gets in the car, and heads south, leaving Maine behind her in the rearview mirror. In a refreshing memoir that is part Melissa Bank, part Jack Kerouac, Learning to Float chronicles Lili's trek down the Eastern Seaboard as she assesses her dating history and tries to figure out (with the help of some unlikely gurus she meets along the way) why her previous relationships flared and fizzled. By the time Lili hits Key West, she's discovered a liberating new way of looking at love, and at herself.
|Biography & Autobiography||Women|