Oct 29, 2009 8:33 AM
Being single is tough enough, with its' own set of rules confusing enough to make a tax attorney's head spin, but what if you're single... and Mormon? Comedienne Elna Baker's pee-your-pants-funny memoir, The New York Regional Mormon Singles Halloween Dance ($17) is all about just that: a single Mormon girl trying to cultivate her identities as a religiously convicted woman and a funny, zaftig, sexual, smart gal in her 20's living the single life in New York City. It follows a lot of the traditional memoir storylines like losing weight, finding love, and a job she likes, but Baker does it with such style and salaciously sharp wit that it all seems fresh and new.
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