Disco Fried: Little Book, Big Message

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“Imperfections. Everyone has them. Disco Fried authors Manhasset mom Meli Dez and her best friend Jules Morse joined together to write a book with the message that life is like a plate of disco fries covered in gravy and cheese, a delicious mess. The two authors hope readers of the 204 page book come away with a sense of empowerment and an understanding that everyone has imperfections and that is just fine. Read the full article 

 

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