Love and Miss Communication

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William Morrow & Company
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5.2 X 7.9 X 1.1 inches | 0.65 pounds

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About the Author
Elyssa Friedland attended Yale University, where she served as managing editor of the Yale Daily News. After graduating from Columbia Law School, she worked as an associate at a major firm. Elyssa has written for several publications, including Modern Bride, New York magazine, Columbia Journalism Review, Yale Alumni Magazine, and Your Prom. She grew up in New Jersey and currently lives in New York City with her husband and three young children.

"A witty, wonderful, and thoroughly modern love story. Friedland's writing is sharp and funny, tender and true. I couldn't put it down." -- Cristina Alger, author of The Darlings

"Wholly irresistible--smart and poignant and laugh-out-loud funny." -- Sara Houghteling, author of Pictures at an Exhibition

"An extremely fun reminder that we can all survive without emoticons. #greatread!" -- Erin Duffy, author of ON THE ROCKS and BOND GIRL

"Part modern girl-power moxie manual and part cleverly twisted old-fashioned love story, Elyssa Friedland's sublime debut was a delight to devour." -- Jill Kargman, author of The Rockstar in Seat 3A and star of Bravo's Odd Mom Out

"A delicious and timely novel. Friedland takes a look at how our addiction to social media brings us together while keeping us apart." -- Molly Jong-Fast, author of The Social Climber's Handbook

"Funny, fast-paced, charming, and totally relatable, Friedland gives us a brilliant love story and reminds us it's nice to pick up a smart book instead of a smartphone for a change." -- Jennifer Belle, bestselling author of High Maintenance and The Seven Year Bitch

"a funny and fresh take on working and dating in the age of social media. Readers will root for the flawed but lovable Evie Rosen as she fights to separate who she is from how she appears online." -- Susan Gloss, author of Vintage

"Love and Miss Communication is a cut above standard chick lit fare. [...] it's a smart, funny and sweetly old-fashioned love story." --

"Friedland's Love and Miss Communication challenges our mind-set with a thought-provoking what if. And Evie's story promises an enjoyable experience with a happy ever after." -- Happy Ever After Blog