Everything You Need to Know to Impress Everyone
Praise For Womanskills: Everything You Need to Know to Impress Everyone…
"This wise, irreverent compendium of life hacks finds the sweet spot between Amy Sedaris and Worst Case Survival Guides, filling in a much-needed gap in every woman’s bag of tricks. An instant classic." - Janet Fitch, author of White Oleander and Paint It Black
"Erin brings her unique brand of charm, cheek, and fierceness to this much-needed how-to guide. Womanskills are human skills, but the voice speaks directly to my powerful generation of ladies. I now know that my bras don’t fit, my salary could be higher, and I totally should have proposed to my husband instead." - Jessie Rosen, Time Top 25 Blogger, founder of 20-Nothings.com
"In Womanskills, La Rosa is that know-it-all friend who you don’t want to punch in the face. Because she’s hilarious and has lots of great advice for navigating that weird period when you’re supposed to be an adult but have absolutely no idea how to be." - Lilibet Snellings, author of BOX GIRL: My Part-Time Job as an Art Installation
"I have come to count on Erin for her practical and hilarious wisdom. With Womanskills, you too will have access to her advice-from how to cook like a real adult person to how to survive being single again." - Lucy Keating, author of Dreamology
Voyageur Press, 9780760350188, 224pp.
Publication Date: October 15, 2016
About the Author
Erin La Rosa is a writer and performer living in Los Angeles. She received her MA in writing from the University of Southern California and a BA in fiction from Emerson College. Erin is the Deputy Editorial Director for BuzzFeed and frequently writes about the perils and triumphs of being a redhead, along with her love of whiskey, being an introvert, and various TV shows she's obsessed with. Before BuzzFeed, she worked for the comedy websites Funny or Die and MadAtoms, as well as E!s Fashion Police, Wetpaint, and Ecorazzi. Storytelling has always been a passion for Erin, and she has performed in such storytelling series as MORTIFIED, "Funny but True" at the LA Times Book Festival, and Sunday Night Sex Talks. Her fiction has been published on Storychord and Funny or Die.