Amanda Eyre Ward is the author of six novels, including How to Be Lost and The Same Sky. Her seventh novel, The Jetsetters, will be published by Ballantine. Ward’s work has been optioned for film and television and published in fifteen countries. Ward has been chosen twice as a Target Bookmarked pick and has published essays in women’s magazines, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.
Jardine Libaire is the author of two novels, Here Kitty Kitty and White Fur, which was a Barnes & Noble Discovery pick, a Book of the Month Club selection, and an Amazon Best Book. She writes for women’s magazines, film, and TV.
— Sarah Hepola, author of Blackout
“The difficult part of getting clean isn’t that initial burst of rehab. It’s the arduous process of carving out a sober identity. This book is a big-hearted, big-brained way to find that new life. It’s a charming, humorous exploration of learning how to do right by ourselves.”
— Joshua Mohr, author of Sirens
“I fell in love with Amanda Eyre Ward and Jardine Libaire from the first line of this fantastic book and finished it wanting them to be my new best friends. While The Sober Lush explores sobriety, it is ultimately a book about the beauty and delicacy of love, friendship, family. In short, this book is for everyone who wants to find new ways to live, love, and become a lush at life.”
— Elizabeth L. Silver, author of The Execution of Noa P. Singleton and The Tincture of Time
“This wonderful book had everything: incredible writing, laugh-out-loud moments, raw storytelling, honesty, friendship, humor, and sex. Read this book! I absolutely loved it. The Sober Lush truly shifts your mind-set about how incredible and fulfilling a sober life can be! The Sober Lush is a provoking read that left me wanting more.”
— Annie Grace, author and founder of This Naked Mind