Table for One is a memoir that is well written, honest, relatable. Every female searching for their authentic self should read this book because, at the end of the day, we all desire self love and it must be found from within. -Amazon Review
She buried her father, and then her feelings. At age fourteen, she would learn to be caretaker for everyone else, ignoring her own needs until she risked losing everything.
Table for One tells the story of a multiracial woman born towards the end of the Vietnam War, abandoned by her family and adopted by foreigners to be raised in a small New England town, where she felt out of place.
As everything she ever valued begins to slip away (home, happiness, motivation and career), she stops and asks herself, why am I experiencing this and how can I change it? She shares the life lessons and insights she has picked up on her journey to love to light the way for others who feel stuck, afraid, and hopeless.
Table for One is a very well written memoir. It will make you cry, laugh, and you won’t be able to put it down. I was engaged in the storyline throughout the book. I cannot wait to see this turn into a movie! -Amazon Review
About the Author
Tristana Webster grew up in Vietnam and New England. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science from Wellesley College and a Master’s in International Relations, World Economy from USC. She has worked as a consultant for Accenture and Deloitte Consulting, as well as for fortune 500 companies like The Walt Disney Company and Amgen. She loves mocha frappes, movie popcorn and watching comedies. She lives in Los Angeles.
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