“Talking as Fast as I can”: Events, Audiobook, International Editions & Interview

Talking as fast as I canLike three years ago, for the release of Lauren’s first novel “Someday, Someday, Maybe“, several events will take place in December to promote her new memoir “Talking as Fast as I Can“.

So far, three events have been confirmed: 2 conversations (unfortunately both sold out, but the one at 92Y has a waiting list) and a book signing. The conversation at the 92Y will be moderated by Michael Ausiello. Note that Lauren won’t be signing books at both of the conversations but each individual ticket comes with a pre-signed copy of “Talking as Fast as I can“.

Here’s a table with all the info we have so far:

Date
Hour
Location
Map
Thursday
Dec. 1st
7:30 pm
92nd Street Y / Conversation
1395 Lexington Ave
NEW YORK, NY 10128-1612
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Friday
Dec. 2nd
7:00pm
Barnes & Noble / Book Signing
33 E 17th St
NEW YORK, NY 10003-2005
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Wednesday Dec. 7
7:30 pm
Sixth & I / Conversation
600 I Street NW
Washington, DC, 20001
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In other TAFAIC related news:

– The cover for the audiobook has been revealed with two infos on it: it confirms Lauren will narrate her own book and it will include a pdf of photos from the book 🙂

TAFAIC - Audiobook

– The UK and Brazil editions of the book will be both released at the beginning of December!

United Kingdom

Release date: December 6 2016

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Brazil

Release date: December 5 2016

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– Lauren talked to Bustle last month about the process of writing her new book:

“Definitely, it is a companion piece,” Graham says of her book. Talking was in the works long before the Gilmore reboot was announced, but, Graham says, the news made its existence even sweeter — and much more opportune. “The timing of the last year, I could not have predicted it,” she explains. “A year and a half ago, when Parenthood ended, I didn’t even know what I wanted to do next, and the conversation about Gilmore Girls had been going on for so long, I had no real reason to believe it was any more real than it had been for the previous eight or nine years. So I actually started thinking about this book before that happened, and when that happened, I thought oh, OK, here’s something.”

Read the full interview here: Why Writing About ‘Gilmore Girls’ Was So Hard For Lauren Graham

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