Surviving Groomzilla

Surviving Groomzilla

by Craig Bridger

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Surviving Groomzilla by Craig Bridger

Groomzilla: noun.
1) An ordinary man who, upon betrothal, transforms into a pastry tasting, "Save the Date" card-obsessed know-it-all.
2) A bride's worst nightmare.

Maybe you've never seen one yourself, but he's out there. Bridezilla's evil twin: Groomzilla. He's real, all right. He's armed with color swatches and his very own copy of Modern Bride--and he's here to plan your wedding. . .

Once upon a time, wedding planning was the bride's project. But if you're recently engaged, then you just might have a Groomzilla on your hands.

Craig Bridger was a Groomzilla, and lived to tell the tale. Inside, he'll help you tame your Groomzilla before all hell breaks loose. You'll get groom-tested advice, tactics, scientific* charts and a free set of steak knives*.

It's your wedding. Groomzilla can't have it, but maybe he can borrow it* if he behaves.

*Not true.
*Also, technically, not true.
*Don't let him borrow it.

"Highly entertaining and bursting with information." --Jenny Lee, author of I Do. I Did. Now What?!

"David Sedaris meets Emily Post in Surviving Groomzilla. . .Bridger's insights made me burst a corset." --Lucy Talbot, author of The Bridesmaid's Guerrilla Handbook

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780806535715
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 01/01/2009
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 192
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Craig Bridger is a writer, actor, and a self-appointed Groomzilla expert. He is 5'11", but claims to be 6'. He hates sharks and roller coasters and has a bad habit of leaving cereal boxes open. Also, people say he has nice teeth. Once, when he was a kid, Craig knocked his dad out with a rock (accidentally, but still). Craig has written for The New York Times, The New York Observer, G.Q., and The North County Times, where his story "Santa Claus: Who's He?" took second place in a holiday writing competition when he was in the eighth grade. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, Tara, and their cat, Scout. Surviving Groomzilla: A Bride's Guide is his first book.

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