Audience:General / adult
Dimensions:8.55in x 5.72 x 1 in | 0.82 lb
Page Count:208 pages
ALL-ORIGINAL, NEVER-BEFORE-PUBLISHED ESSAYS about Hollywood diet culture, first jobs, the evolution of social media, and the struggles that arise when pursuing a dream career.
Graham’s last essay collection Talking As Fast As I Can was a NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER: Debuted at #3 on the print list, #2 in E, and #3 on the combined list.
ENDURING POPULARITY: Gilmore Girls launched in 2000 on the WB/CW network and ran for seven seasons to critical acclaim. Now, all seven seasons are streaming on Netflix as well as the original Netflix series, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, which premiered in November 2016. Graham also starred on the long-running and beloved show Parenthood, which is also currently streaming on Netflix.
“Graham’s latest book is an insightful, honest, funny, and moving collection of captivating stories.”—BuzzFeed
“Graham is fast and furiously funny in her latest collection of essays…. Where Graham leads, we will definitely follow.”—E! Online
“Lauren Graham’s fourth delicious book of musings is fast, furious, smart, and ridiculously funny. Apparently she’s not just our modern-day answer to Carole Lombard, but she has a generous dose of Dorothy Parker thrown in for good measure. It’s not particularly fair, actually. But then again, life never is.”—Amy Sherman-Palladino, creator of Gilmore Girls, Bunheads, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
“As funny and warm and charming as Lauren herself.”—Jenny Han, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before series and The Summer I Turned Pretty series
“With her signature humor, tenderness and warmth, Lauren Graham offers us another gem of a book in Have I Told You This Already? A read so good it feels like having a hot cup of coffee with the author herself.”—Rebecca Serle, New York Times bestselling author of One Italian Summer
“Fabulous. Nora Ephron‒level writing.” —Benjamin Svetkey, editorial director of Los Angeles Magazine and author of Leading Man
“[A] lively set of personal essays…Graham writes with humor, authenticity, and humility…. [She] presents a charming and candid depiction of life as a celebrity that reminds us they are, in fact, just like us, with their own struggles, triumphs, and insecurities…. Fun, candid tales of Hollywood make for entertaining reading.”—Kirkus Reviews
“While best known as the quirky Lorelai Gilmore on TV’s Gilmore Girls, Graham has developed a strong second career as an author…. This foray into personal reflections is a charming glimpse into the life of a relatable and extremely likable actress. Graham’s down-to-earth stories are funny and touching; a surefire fourth best-seller.”—Library Journal
“Graham’s writing is fresh, sharp and very funny. Her voice invites the reader in, emanating a refreshing openness that will make them want to be her best friend.”—BookPage
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