At last, How I Married Karen, the story of my perfect imperfection, has been published as an ebook.
I fell hopelessly and helplessly in love with Karen when we were fourth-grade classmates in the Yeshivah of Flatbush. In this true life story, an unorthodox Orthodox memoir, I detail an all-consuming love that struck at age nine and never forsook me. In a style that recalls screwball comedies of the 1930s and in chapters inspired by classic movies, I vividly relive — with Karen providing wise and witty commentary — an unlikely romance that is touching, hilarious and ultimately inspirational.
A perfect gift for Chanukah, Christmas, or or any old occasion, How I Married Karen is available at the Apple iBookstore here. The book, with over thirty classic movie stills, is a fantastic reading experience on the iPad, which is what we have.
If you have a Kindle, just go to the Amazon Kindle store here to order.
If you have a Nook eReader, you can purchase the book at Barnes & Noble here.
Adobe Digital Edition’s version is available for Windows, Android, and Kindle users through the Lulu store.
Here’s what people are saying about How I Married Karen. (A sample chapter follows the reviews.)