Everything Is Going To Be OK (Until It's Not)

Everything Is Going To Be OK (Until It's Not)

by Georgia Garvey
Everything Is Going To Be OK (Until It's Not)

Everything Is Going To Be OK (Until It's Not)

by Georgia Garvey


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Humor, heart and honesty — this book takes you on a raucous ride through the life of a Midwestern mom, wife and writer who's just trying to make sense of it all.

Award-winning writer Georgia Garvey tackles topics ranging from the exact age at which a woman becomes over the hill (just ask Don Lemon) to how to get kids interested in Greek Easter (hint: you can't). The works' cast of characters include leprechauns and Elves on the Shelves and a pet parrot that only communicates through Portuguese curse words.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798859403530
Publisher: Creators Publishing
Publication date: 09/14/2023
Pages: 316
Sales rank: 470,235
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

Georgia Garvey is a former newspaper reporter and editor whose work has run in the Chicago Tribune, the L.A. Times, the Boston Globe and the Pioneer Press, among others. She now works as a writer and editor out of a fantastic old house in Illinois that her husband (who has to fix everything) likes a lot less than she does. Every February, she considers moving to a place where your eyelashes don’t freeze on the way to the car, and every June, she asks herself why anyone would ever want to leave the Midwest.

Georgia is a first-generation Greek immigrant, a factoid of which she is certain to inform you within five minutes of sitting down next to her. It continues to interest her that, growing up, she was considered an American in Greece and a Greek in America.

Her column, distributed by Creators Syndicate, runs in publications across the country. Georgia has won several awards for her column-writing and is certain that, were awards granted for the parenting of two small children who are smarter than she is, she would have gotten at least an honorable mention there as well. Honestly, shouldn’t we all?
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