Moving In: Tales of an Unlicensed Marriage

TV lifestyle expert Bruce Littlefield’s expose on relationships and renovation. This is the story of his first year fixing up a historic house in the country with partner Scott, one of NYC’s top realtors. Their baptism by fire, flood, mouse poop, and poison ivy is a romping good read. As, Littlefield says marriage may be made in heaven, but so is thunder, lightening and hail. More

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About Bruce Littlefield

Bruce Littlefield is a best-selling author, lifestyle expert, and an arbiter of American fun. He shares his passionate curiosity (and occasional mischievousness) through his books and TV appearances. Bruce has appeared on NBC, CBS, ABC News, FOX News, MSNBC, The Rachael Ray Show, NPR, Sirius, and numerous other programs, and has been featured in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the New York Post, People Magazine, OK! Magazine, Saveur, This Old House, the New York Daily News, Miami Herald, Chicago Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times.

His multi-book brand with Harper Collins is an adventure in American fun: For Garage Sale America, he took a thousand dollars and a truck and set out to see what treasures he could find. For Merry Christmas, America, he hung off light-encrusted houses and hung out with the real Santa Claus. And for Airstream Living, he took to the open road looking for the rolling silver icons. He is also the co-author (with Barbara Corcoran) of the New York Times best-selling Use What You’ve Got and the first book to read to dogs, The Bedtime Book for Dogs.

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Moving In: Tales of an Unlicensed Marriage
As they say, marriage may be made in heaven, but so is thunder, lightening and hail. In Moving In: Tales of an Unlicensed Marriage, TV lifestyle expert and best-selling author Bruce Littlefield shares his most personal story yet—an expose on relationships and renovation. Think Gay Green Acres. Available at Amazon, iBooks, and select bookstores.

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