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Just being a mom was like becoming invisible.” Dunn's first TV series, a sitcom that made it clear moms could be funny, flawed, and, most importantly, the main attraction.
Sometimes she's complaining about the local moms with their green drinks and Fitbits who constantly tell her she’s “so real.” But more often than not, she’s going on about her Alex P.Holly decides that if everyone around her can take pleasure wherever they find it, so will she.As any self-respecting 30ish New York woman would do, she brings two males into her life: a flawed but endearing dog, and a good natured, much younger lover.Zeke Tenhoff: After ice dredging last year, I lost my way a little and found myself in New Orleans, where I met Sarah. Zeke Tenhoff: I took some time off to find my center. It’s the dead of winter here in Nome, and we are working every day to get the ice dredge ready.It’s all about balance; you have to work hard to succeed in dredging, and you also have to take care of yourself in any way possible.Opening a restaurant takes a lot of effort and planning, but in the long term it’s going to pay off as a stable, reliable source of income when times are hard. I make good money sometimes but usually lose it all in the next big mining gamble.
And hey, if I break my legs or something and can’t dredge, I can always go to work for my girlfriend! I pretty much refused to leave New Orleans unless she came with me, and finally she agreed to come visit for a couple weeks — and liked it enough to stay!
Her first novel, The Big Love, has been translated into 23 languages. Sarah Dunn is very funny; that's the first thing to say. Her characters could be my friends, and yet they utterly surprise me.
She is so smart about life and society and the complex and contradictory ways our hearts behave. As I read Secrets to Happiness, I found myself thinking that again and again and again."--(Delia Ephron, author of Hanging Up and co-writer of You've Got Mail) "Sarah Dunn achieves what so many authors set out to do but so few manage: she captures the Zeitgeist.
If you can imagine a cross between Candace Bushnell and Edith Wharton, that is Sarah Dunn."--(Toby Young, author of How to Lose Friends and Alienate People) Sarah Dunn has moved from Los Angeles to New York five times, and from New York back to Los Angeles four times, which means she is happily back in New York, where she lives with her husband, Peter Stevenson, and their son, Harry.
After Sarah Dunn had kids, she started to feel ignored.
I forgot to take care of myself and fell on my face.