Lauren Graham
Someday, Someday, Maybe

Someday, Someday, Maybe

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Gilmore Girls fans, listen up. Lorelai's voice comes through loud and clear in Graham's debut novel about a comedy actress struggling to make it in 1990s NYC. Franny Banks is nearing the end of her self-imposed three-year deadline to make it or get out of town, but the only calls she's getting are for peanut butter commercials and dish soap (unless you count that cute boy in her acting class). Of course, hilarity ensues—and part of the fun is wondering how much of the story is autobiographical.

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Talking as Fast as I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls (and Everything in Between)

Talking as Fast as I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls (and Everything in Between)

This is another I haven't read yet, but I am a big Gilmore Girls and especially Parenthood fan, so maybe it's inevitable? I keep hearing this is everything you could want from a celebrity memoir, especially if you love her work, and her reflections on love, life, and work are extremely engaging—especially if you hear her tell it in her own voice on the audiobook. (Psst—if you love Lauren Graham, definitely check out her novel Someday, Someday, Maybe.

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In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It

In Conclusion, Don’t Worry About It

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From the introduction: "You know. Dick? From tennis." "I—no, I don't, Dad." "Well, his granddaughter Kaitlin is graduating from Langley." "Uh-huh." "And you're giving the speech! Isn't that great?" he said, as if it was all settled. And while I was sure there was a chink in his logic somewhere, I had somehow become a commencement speaker. So I asked for advice. "Don’t talk as fast as you normally do," friends advised. "Have you seen Will Ferrell's commencement address? Now that's a good speech," said literally every other person I asked. So, this book started with the Langley speech, but grew considerably from there. I kept thinking of all the worrying I'd done when confronted with milestone moments in life, how generally unhelpful worry is. We desperately need your talent, your integrity, and your hope. If this book helps you worry even slightly less as you navigate your future, I'll be thrilled.

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