Savor the Mess

Disco Fries (diskō fraiz): The American interpretation of Canadian Poutine – french fries, brown gravy and cheese curds. Different foods are often added in, making for a delicious mess.

Disco Fried (diskō fraid): The momcation madness that ensues when a quirky New England prepster drags her Long Island diva bestie on a comical Canadian quest for their MILF crowns.

What readers are saying

“..This is the perfect ‘fast-read’, cannot-put-it down book, sprinkled with sayings that appeal to all-aged women with nods to the 80’s and 90’s and even the millennial generation of today..” – Livysmama

“Witty and fun to read. Fast paced and very relevant to east coasters. Couldn’t put it down. Hope its becomes a series!!” – addictedtoreading

“This is more than just “chic lit”, it’s a good read for anyone looking to try something new.” – Martin D.

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The top 10 reasons why you might like Disco Fried:


You’ve been lost in a taxi in a foreign city


Sandra Boynton hippos make you smile


You’ve had the hots for a guy


You’ve had the hots for a girl


At book club, you like to debate whether characters mean what they say, or just say what they think will get other characters to sleep with them.


Listening to the Beastie Boys still kinda makes you feel like a badass


Pinterest gives you anxiety dreams


While you sit on the bleachers freezing your butt off, you fantasize about pan flutes and pumpkin extract exfoliation treatments.


Barring all negative health implications, you’d be content to subsist off french fries, nutella and DQ blizzards for an obscene amount of time.


When you’re with your best friend, life’s one big dance party!

Irreverent? Hells ya!

Sarcastic? Never.

Self-deprecating? Only when it pokes fun of itself, which is like all the time, adoy-ee.