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Jenny Lawson, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened

Emmi MacIntyre
7 p.m., Tuesday March 19

 Jenny Lawson, one of the most popular humor bloggers in America with 200,000+ followers, will introduce the softcover edition of her memoir, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened.

In the memoir, we are introduced to her bizarrely, loveable family as she recounts the mortifyingly weird moments of her life.


Jenny Lawson is a columnist and popular humor bloggers.  Her blog, www.thebloggess.com,  gets millions of page views per month.  She lives in Texas with her husband and daughter.  You can also follow her on Twitter@thebloggess.


For an interview, please contact Heather Connor at 212-366-2149 orHeather.Connor@us.penguingroup.com.   For additional event information, please contact Sharon Kelly Roth at 937-429-6302 or rothsk@booksandcom.



Where: Books & Co. (Beavercreek)
Phone: 937-429-2169
Address: 4453 Walnut St.
Website: http://www.booksandco.com/

Books & Co. (Beavercreek)

4453 Walnut St.
Beavercreek, OH
45440
 
Large independent bookstore offering author readings/signings and other events.
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