The first event for Lauren’s upcoming book has been announced!
According to their website, “An Evening with Lauren Graham” will take place at the 92Y in NYC on Thursday Dec 1st at 7:30 pm.
From 92Y‘s website:
Join us as the beloved star of Gilmore Girls and Parenthood, Lauren Graham, discusses her first work of nonfiction, Talking As Fast As I Can.
In addition to recounting her experiences on Gilmore Girls, the first and second time, she’ll share stories about her life: the awkward growing up years, the confusing dating years, the fulfilling working years, and what led to playing Lorelai Gilmore again in the new Netflix revival. Talking As Fast As I Can is written in the hilarious and down-to earth voice that made Graham’s first novel, Someday Someday Maybe, a New York Times bestseller.
You can buy tickets for the event here: An Evening with Lauren Graham
Little note about the website: There’s probably going to be a little delay with the news on this website in the upcoming weeks. I’m currently eleven months pregnant and I’ll probably be a bit away in the next weeks to post an info right away 🙂 But be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook to not miss anything 🙂
In a new (short) interview with People.com, Lauren and Alexis share what is was like to step back on the Gilmore Girls set as well as the impact of the loss of Edward Herrmann on the new series:
“He would have loved this [new series],” Graham says of Herrmann. “His death was just a loss for us personally. It’s given the show a new complexity and depth. It’s a nice tribute to him.”
“He was wonderful to work with,” echoes Bledel. “Very generous and such a great presence to have on-set always.”
Click here to read the full article: Gilmore Girls’ Lauren Graham on the Late Edward Herrmann Missing Out on the New Series: ‘He Would Have Loved This’
[PRETTY UPDATE] The magazine scan is now in our Gallery (pink coat alert 😍)
Lauren unveiled the cover of her upcoming book “Talking as Fast as I Can” on twitter and it’s gorgeous ❤️
She also answered a few questions about the book, a book tour and #freebookfriday:
The book will be available on Nov. 29, you can pre-order it here: randomhousebooks.com
The program of this fifth edition of “Little Things Make a Good Post”: More pretty pictures from the Netflix TCA press conference, an addition to Lauren’s book club and a very Gilmore Thanksgiving.
📷 PICTURES 📷
Lauren’s Sailor dress is in our fashion section 🙂
More pics here: Gilmore Girls at Netflix 2016 Summer TCA: Pictures
📚 LAUREN’S BOOK CLUB 📚
A pair of sisters find themselves at a crossroads in this dazzling new novel from the author of Something Borrowed, Where We Belong, and The One & Only. First Comes Love is a story about family, friendship, and the courage to follow your own heart—wherever that may lead.
The book on amazon.com: First Comes Love: A novel
☕️🍎 GILMORE GIRLS MARATHON 🍎☕️
Time to go buy some Pop Tarts (and an apple 😉 )! Just in time for the Netflix revival “Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life” family network UP announced yesterday it will air all seven seasons of the show during Thanksgiving week!
The hit family drama will run 24 hours a day for 153 hours straight, beginning at 6 PM ET Friday, November 18, and wrapping Season 7 at 3 AM ET Friday, November 25. It all leads in to Netflix’s premiere of its Gilmore Girls revival, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, which starts streaming globally at 12:01 AM PT on Netflix.
More info here: ‘Gilmore Girls’: All Seven Seasons To Air Thanksgiving Week On UP
In a new interview with eonline.com Lauren talks about returning to the world of Gilmore Girls and what she thinks about the movies:
“I really think they answer—it’s hard because I’m sure there will be people who won’t feel satisfied. For me, it was just really satisfying,” she said. “There wasn’t any question left unanswered, for me personally.”
It’s been almost 10 years since Gilmore Girls wrapped its seven-season run, so you better believe Graham had a “moment” when she returned to for her first day. “Well, of course you don’t have your first day on set. You have your camera test or something anti-climactic. I’m just in such a different place. It’s like, you know, at the end of It’s a Wonderful Life,” she said. “I’d be like, ‘And you, and you! And you’re here! Taylor Doose, you’re my favorite character!’ I was a complete dork. I was just very emotional and excited. It was just the best. It was too emotional. I had to pull it together to say my long lines.”
Click here to read the full interview: The Gilmore Girls Revival Answered All of Lauren Graham’s Lingering Questions
Also, according to cute Instagram posts, it looks like we’re gonna have more interviews coming soon 🙂