Question: Who is the intended audience?
Answer: Disenfranchised corporate flunkies, frazzled entrepreneurs, exhausted parents, squabbling spouses and anyone who needs a touch of grace to deal with the angst of daily life.

Q: What is the book about?
A: From TV and religion to sex and fast food, no topic is off-limits as syndicated humor columnist applies her edgy humor to the everyday issues that drive us all nuts. McLeod turns traditional thinking on its head by asking:

  • What is the meaning of life, and why are other people so *#$%@! annoying?
  • Can Sponge Bob get you into Mensa?
  • Does Buddha need Botox?
  • Why Isn’t marriage as exciting as dating?

Always funny, often touching, and sometimes politically incorrect, Finding Grace is a wickedly funny take on the people and problems that vex us all.

Q: Why are you the best person to write this book?
A: I’m the only person who can write about fake boobs, reality TV and annoying in-laws and turn it into a spiritual experience. I shine a light on the nutty behavior of humans and show readers how to find grace in the less than perfect moment they’re in.
I’m an expert in corporate disillusionment, mommy guilt, marital misery, slacker parenting, faux housework, flat-line libidos and drive-thru spirituality.

Q: How is this book different from other books on this topic?
A: It’s a bust a gut funny, and instead of telling you how to fix your life, I show how to actually enjoy it, warts and all.

Q: Is there anything else we should know about this book?
A: Erma Bombeck’s daughter Betsy said, “Lisa McLeod is channelling my mother.”