The recap for last month edition of the #LGBookClub is (finally) available 😃. For it to be easier to read for you, and easier to make for us (since some annoying Twitter changes), it was made directly on Twitter moments: #LGBookClub – Stay Up with Hugo Best.
During the discussion, Lauren also revealed new exciting projects:
The next Book Club chat will take place on Wednesday June 5 at 10am PST:
Lauren hosted the charity event “Lights, Camera, Writegirls!” last night in Los Angeles:
Lauren reunited with her former Gilmore Girls costar Keiko Agena for the occasion:
We’ve put together a complete recap with additional pictures and quotes from Lauren on twitter: Lights, Camera, Writegirls! – April 2019
Lauren’s first Book Club Q&A took place last Sunday. She and author Jennifer E SMith took on twitter to answer your questions about “Field Notes on Love“. They also talked about how they start working on a book, gave writing advices and Lauren gave us some news on her writing projects!
You’ll find a complete recap of the Q&A here: #LGBookClub – Field Notes on Love by Jennifer E. Smith.
A couple of days ago, Lauren has announced the April Book Club pick on twitter:
An incredibly timely, terrifically witty and moving debut about a young writers’ assistant on a late night comedy show and what transpires when she accepts an invitation from its enigmatic host to spend a long weekend at his mansion in Connecticut.
June Bloom is a broke, cynical twenty-nine-year-old writers’ assistant on the late-night comedy show, Stay Up with Hugo Best. Hugo Best is in his sixties, a beloved icon of TV and humor, and a notorious womanizer. After he unexpectedly retires and a party is held for his now unemployed staff, June ends up at a dive bar for an open-mic night and prepares for the sad return to the anonymous comedian lifestyle. What she’s not prepared for is a run-in with Hugo at that dive bar. Nor for the invitation that swiftly follows: Hugo asks June to come to his mansion in Greenwich for the long Memorial Day weekend. “No funny business,” he insists.
June, in need of a job and money, confident she can handle herself, but secretly harboring the remains of a childhood crush on the charming older comedian and former role model, accepts. The exact terms of the visit are never spelled out, but June is realistic and clear-eyed enough to guess. Even so, as the weekend unfolds and the enigmatic Hugo gradually reveals himself, their dynamic proves to be much more complicated and less predictable than she expected.
At once hilarious and poignant, brilliantly incisive and terrifically propulsive, Stay Up with Hugo Best is an incredibly timely exploration of sexual politics in the #MeToo age, and the unforgettable story of one young woman’s poignant stumbling into adulthood.
You can pre-order the book here: simonandschuster.com