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From the bestselling author of Quiet Girl in a Noisy World and Book Love comes a funny and adorable collection of comics about married life. From choosing a movie and sharing (or not sharing) dessert to snoring (naturally) and knowing when someone needs a cup of tea and a cozy blanket, Happily Ever After is the perfect gift for anyone in a relationship.
The comics in Happily Ever After & Everything In Between may be inspired by Debbie Tung’s marriage to her extrovert husband, but any couple can relate to increasingly relaxed anniversaries and slowly seeing more of each other’s weird sides. Happily Ever After humorously captures what everyday love looks like—both the sweet moments and the mundane—making it a fitting gift for weddings, anniversaries, and Valentine’s Day.
About the Author
Deborah “Debbie” Tung is a cartoonist and illustrator from Birmingham, England. Her comics are based on simple everyday life moments and her love for books and tea. She currently lives in Birmingham, UK, with her husband and son.
"A gem of a book." (Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar, authors of Happiness Is… and Me Without You)
“With a charming art style and the perfect balance of sentiment and humor, Tung captures the very core of young love and what relationships look like in the modern day. Endearing, quirky and utterly relatable, Happily Ever After & Everything In Between is an absolute delight for any reader.” (Meg Adams, comic artist and creator of “ArtbyMoga”)
"Reading Happily Ever After & Everything In Between made me want to marry my boyfriend on the spot and experience all the lovely moments of marriage that Debbie Tung captures so perfectly in her comics. Also it made me think: 'Damn, I wish I had thought of that idea for a comic' way too often.” (ValÃ©rie Minelli, aka Mrs. Frollein, author of Small Hours)
"Such a lovely treat, to get a glimpse into the lives of a sweet couple and enjoy the heartwarming moments with them. I hope there's going to be more because I want to find out what happens next.” (Philippa Rice, author of Soppy)
“Debbie makes it feel okay to be a quiet person. Her honesty and vulnerability in portraying herself in these adorable sketches, is so refreshing!” (Curtis Wiklund, author of Us)