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Also by Liza Palmer:

Girl Before A Mirror, February 2015
Paperback
Nowhere But Home, April 2013
Paperback
More Like Her, January 2012
Paperback
A Field Guide To Burying Your Parents, November 2009
Paperback
Seeing Me Naked, January 2008
Paperback
Conversations with the Fat Girl, September 2005
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Conversations with the Fat Girl
Liza Palmer

Warner 5 Spot
September 2005
Featuring: Olivia; Maggie
328 pages
ISBN: 0446693952
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$12.95
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Contemporary Chick Lit

Everyone seems to be getting on with their lives--except Maggie. At 27, she's still working at the local coffee house, while her friends are getting married, having babies, and building careers. Even Olivia, Maggie's best friend from childhood, is getting married to her doctor boyfriend. Maggie, on the other hand, lives with her dog Solo, and has no romantic prospects, save for the torch she carries for Domenic, the busboy. Though Maggie and Olivia have been best friends since their "fattie" grade school years, Olivia's since gone the gastric-bypass surgery route, in hopes of obtaining the elusive size two, the holy grail for fat girls everywhere. So now Olivia's thin, blonde, and betrothed, and Maggie's the fat bridesmaid. Ain't life grand? In this inspiring debut novel, Maggie speaks to women everywhere who wish for just once that they could forget about their weight.

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