Burned out on love, Lili Wright embarks on a soul-searching highway adventure in this gutsy memoir of the heart.
In matters of the heart, thirty-three-year-old Lili Wright is far from where she'd hoped to be. Technically single but also dating two men, she wonders why it's so hard to make a relationship work and whether either one of her current flames will last a lifetime.
Unable to choose between them, Lili opts for another path: the open road. She borrows a dog, jumps in her beaten up old car and heads south in search of old haunts - and lovers - in the hope of finding the answers she's been looking for.
But, as Lili soon realises, life is never that simple. En route she meets a gaggle of oddball characters - all eager to impart their own weird and wonderful views on life, love and the pursuit of happiness. The question is, where will all this folksy wisdom take Lili? Will she merely sink deeper into the mire of loneliness - or emerge buoyant and floating happily into the future?
Sharp, witty and incisive. 'Learning To Float' captures the anxiety of love for the hitched and unhitched, and it'll keep you laughing - and guessing - to the very end.