Happily Ali After: And Other Fairly True Tales by Ali WentworthThe actress, comedian, media darling, and New York Times bestselling author picks up where she left off in Ali in Wonderland, dissecting modern life—and this time, on a mission of self-improvement—in a series of laugh-out-loud comic vignettes.
Moved by a particularly inspirational tweet one day, Ali Wentworth resolves to live by the pithy maxims she discovers in her feeds. What begins as a sort of self-help project quickly turns into something far grander—and increasingly funnier—as the tweets she once viewed with irony become filled with increasing metaphysical importance. And thus begins her “Unhappiness Project.”
It’s not long before Ali expands her self-improvement quest to include parenting, relationship, fitness (or lack thereof), and dieting advice. The results are painfully (at times literally) clear: when it comes to self-help, sometimes you should leave it to the professionals.
At once endearing and hilarious, thoughtful and absurd, Happily Ali After is a thoroughly entertaining collection from “the girlfriend you want to have a glass of wine with, the one who makes you laugh because she sees the funny and the absurd in everything” (Huffington Post).
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Before they were married, one wouldn't have ever imagined pairing comedian and actress Ali Wentworth with George Stephanopoulos, the Good Morning America anchor and former advisor to President Clinton. But it didn't take the couple long to realize how perfect they were for each other, despite their differences. Here's how they got together. Despite growing up in a political family, Wentworth had no interest in dating someone with a political background. I grew up in politics in D. Like, no," Wentworth said on The Tonight Show. In the same interview, Wentworth revealed that one of her friends had wanted to set her up on a blind date with Stephanopoulos after Wentworth found herself recently single again.
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