Tuesday, Jan 11, 2022 7:30 PM
Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta
5342 Tilly Mill Road
Atlanta, GA 30338
Whip-smart, heartfelt and joyful, Alison Rose Greenberg's “Bad Luck Bridesmaid” is a celebration of complicated women and a power-anthem to live your truth.
The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta welcomes the debut novelist for a special book launch event on Tuesday, January 11, at 7:30 PM (EST). This author program will be presented in-person and streamed live on Zoom. Greenberg will appear in conversation with Holly Firfer, Director of Programming, Reach-TV.
In partnership with the National JCC Literary Consortium.
For the health and safety of all of our guests, attendees must wear masks at Book Festival of the MJCCA events.
About the Book
"Bad Luck Bridesmaid” is not a rom com. You’ve been warned.
Sometimes tying the knot gets complicated. It’s official: Zoey Marks is the cursed bridesmaid that no engagement can survive. Ten years, three empire waist dresses, and ZERO brides have walked down the aisle. And when Zoey Marks turns down a proposal from her perfect All-American boyfriend, Rylan Harper III, she and Rylan are both left heartbroken, leaving Zoey to wonder: what is it exactly about tying the knot that makes her want to run in the opposite direction? Enter Hannah Green: Zoey’s best friend, who announces that she’s marrying a guy she just met (cue eye roll) and Zoey will be a bridesmaid. It’ll be fine. Determined to turn her luck around, Zoey accepts her role and vows to get Hannah down the aisle—all the while praying her best friend’s wedded bliss will allow her to embrace marriage and get Rylan back. But as the weekend goes on, Zoey is plagued with more questions than answers. Can you be a free spirit, yet still want a certain future? Can you have love and be loved on your terms?
About the Author
Alison Rose Greenberg is a screenwriter who lives in Atlanta, but is quick to say she was born in New York City. While attending The University of Southern California, Alison took her first screenwriting class and fell head over heels. A journey from screenwriting led to marketing jobs, before coming full-circle back to her first love. Alison speaks fluent rom-com, lives for 90’s WB dramas, cries to Taylor Swift, and is a proud single mom to her two incredible kids and one poorly-trained dog. Bad Luck Bridesmaid is her first novel.