When Rufus dies, Liz is forced to let go of the one constant in her life and move forward without him. Alone and brokenhearted, her life spirals downward while her friends and family struggle to understand how to help her through.
The journey to right herself leads her to an unexpected encounter where the long unheard voice of the woman inside makes its debut. And it is on water skis at an adult sleepaway camp that Liz learns there are important things in life that Rufus' love had caused her to avoid. Embracing her power and strength and finally letting go of him is the best way to go on.
Memory Card Full is a frank, funny, and deeply moving memoir, a book for anyone who has loved and lost and found the space in that loss to become the person they were meant to be.
Liz Weber is a freelance writer living in Brooklyn whose work has appeared on national websites such as Narrative.ly, Apartmenttherapy.
com and Planetwaves.net. She's been a regular contributor for lifestyle website Citypath.com and Boredandthirstynyc.com and has doled out dating advice to the urban female set on the popular website Thefatwhiteguy.com. Her short story about working in a male strip club for women was featured in the 2009 Staten Island Arts Festival.