Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Going in Circles by Pamela Ribon

I always thought that getting married was the beginning of "happily ever after." Well, that's the general idea...for the first year of marriage at least, right? Unfortunately, this is not the case for Los Angeles resident and newlywed Charlotte.

With the awkward dividing up of friends that ensues after a breakup, Charlotte reaches out to make new friends at her office. In walks Francesca, whose smart mouth and purple bruises introduce Charlotte to the world of Roller Derby.

Share the many ups and downs of life, relationships, and roller derby with Charlotte in this fun and heartfelt read!

If this mention of Roller Derby has sparked your interest, be sure to check out our local Tucson Roller Derby girls!

~Roller Derby Librarian

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