FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Ranjna Das
DATE: Monday, March 28, 2016 Patricia Parente
(609) 267-9660, ext. 3081
ENJOY “A CONVERSATION WITH JENNIFER WEINER” SUN., APRIL 10, 2 P.M.
Tickets Still Available for Bestselling Author Talk and Book Signing
Tickets are still available for “A Conversation” with New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Weiner on Sunday, April 10 at 2 p.m. in the Burlington County Library auditorium in Westampton.
Bringing her charm and wit to the podium, Weiner will discuss her books, personal experiences, and women’s search for a sense of self. In the same sharp and entertaining tone that fills her novels, the author wins over audiences with her unforgettable comedic style.
Tickets for “A Conversation with Jennifer Weiner” cost $20 per person and are available on the BCLS website www.bcls.lib.nj.us Please be sure to print out your combination receipt/ticket and bring it with you for admission to the event. The author will be happy to sign a copy of her book, and a selection of her titles will be for sale at the library while supplies last beginning April 1, or feel free to bring a personal favorite from home.
A Princeton University graduate and Philadelphia resident, Weiner made her debut with the New York Times bestseller “Good in Bed” in 2001, and her second book, “In Her Shoes” was made into a major motion picture starring Cameron Diaz and Shirley
MacLaine in 2005. Her most recent novel, “Who Do You Love,” comes out in paperback April 5.
Weiner is also the author of “Little Earthquakes,” “Goodnight Nobody,” “The Guy Not Taken,” “Certain Girls,” “Best Friends Forever,” “Fly Away Home,” “Then Came You,” “The Next Best Thing,” and “All Fall Down.” Teeming with warmth and wit, her novels have been praised as “marvelous,” “thoroughly entertaining,” and “utterly hilarious.” In addition, “USA Today” proclaimed, “Weiner has emerged as one of the biggest names in popular fiction.” She also has appeared on “Time” magazine’s list of “140 Best Twitter Feeds.”
Prior to her success as a bestselling author, Weiner also worked as a staff writer and columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer, producing stories that ranged from profiles of Wendy the Snapple Lady, to Sunday stories about teenage drug abuse, sex and college students, and her grandmother’s gefilte fish.
She is also a Contributing Opinion Writer for The New York Times Op-Ed and Sunday Review, and her work is picked up by newspapers and media outlets all over the world.
The Burlington County Library is located at 5 Pioneer Boulevard off Woodlane Road in Westampton. For more information, go to www.bcls.lib.nj.us or call (609) 267-9660.
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Arrangements for the appearance of Jennifer Weiner made through Greater Talent Network, Inc., New York, NY.