New York Times bestselling humorist Jill Conner Browne takes a "Hit and Run" down Memory Lane for the sake of offering "Asset-Preserving Tips," with astonishing disclosures about women and aging.
Shares Southern-inspired wisdom for managing society's obsession with looking young and skinny, in a volume of observations that celebrates the lighter side of cosmetic surgery, carbohydrates, and fashion.
The Sweet Potato Queens are back and bawdier than ever in Southern belle extraordinaire Jill Conner Browne's ninth edition of the hysterical series. Having experienced pretty much ALL of the crappy parts of life, Browne ...
In her latest book, Jill Conner Browne, the original Sweet Potato Queen, looks at women's maturation process in a hilarious and down-to-earth, yet completely relatable way.
When the new red-head, Tammy, moves to town and is ridiculed by the in-crowd, the five girls of the 'Sweet Potato Queens' adopt her immediately. To help boost Tammy's spirit they all go to prom together dressed obscurely...
The Sweet Potato Queens' are back with a hilarious guide to parenting. They've found that parenting is neither fun nor profitable so they might as well laugh about it.