Bernard's Author Series on May 1: Mothers and Daughters - A Fictional and Non-Fictional Look at the Most Important Relationship of All

Author Luncheon Series Brings Mothers and Daughters to Bernard's on Wednesday, May 1st at 12:00 PM

Deborah Burns & Heather Frimmer will be at Bernard's for Mothers and Daughters: A Fictional and Non-Fictional Look at the Most Important Relationship of All

Prix Fix Luncheon $35 - appetizer, entrée, dessert, author discussion, book signing.

Beverages, Tax & 20% Service Charge additional

Call to reserve: 203-438-8282

Book sold separately by Books on the Common


Deborah Burns is the author of the highly-acclaimed memoir about growing up with her unconventional mother, Saturday’s Child. Burns is a former women’s media chief innovation officer and brand leader for ELLEgirl, Metropolitan Home, ELLE Décor, and ELLE Global Marketing. As an industry consultant, she helps brands and executives reinvent themselves, and she then did the same with her own life through the process of writing this story.

An only child, Burns grew up in prim 1950s America in the shadow of her beautiful rule-breaking mother, Dorothy—a red-haired beauty who looked like Rita Hayworth and skirted norms with style and flare. Dorothy fervently eschewed motherhood and domesticity and turned her daughter’s daily care over to her aunts. As a child, Deborah revered her charismatic mother, but Dorothy was a woman full of secrets with a troubled past—a mistress of illusion whose love seemed just out of her daughter’s grasp.

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