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An Emmy-nominated screenwriter and a poet, Brown lives in Afton, Virginia. THIS LIGHT, SNAPPY READ MAY BE HER BEST YET.”—Midwest Living magazine“Honesty, humor, and profound emotion . Angelically beautiful Merit Iverson smokes like a chimney, despite her doctor husband’s disapproval. Mopping up baby food and stroking the egos of their self-involved husbands just didn’t seem all that fulfilling. But love and laughterand friends and familycarried them through the chaotic years that changed a nation in so many ways . Audrey Forrest is happy with her lush curves but her husband Paul thinks she’s fat.spoke with Brown while she was in Detroit as part of a promotional book tour. You have to make a promise in your 20s or 30s, whenever you do it, without any idea what happens as life goes along, what happens to you or your partner.The freewheeling conversation began with talk of animals, but quickly began to encompass spirituality, gay marriage, the politics of economics, angry ex-lovers, the origins of American loneliness, and Brown’s greatest professional regret. Is this something you wanted to write for some time now, or was it a notion? Rita Mae Brown: Judy Sternley, who was the editor at the time, was the one who suggested it. You talk a great deal about your mother in the book. I don’t care if people want to get married, it doesn’t really interest me.