It is such a great show, that may not age beautifully in the fashion aspect, but i still love everything it stood for. I recently watched the revival and decided to learn a little more about the actress who plays one of my favourite characters and it turns out that lauren graham is an author and we all know that meant i had to read her books as soon as i possibly could.
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Despite a few slower periods, graham has a really amazing voice as a writer and makes you feel like you’re having a conversation with her throughout the whole book.
Lauren graham book review. Talking as fast as i can author: It is filled with jokes and quirks and everything people love about lauren graham and of course lorelai gilmore. Through the essays collected in this book, lauren shares moment from her life from her childhood through schools, her first job, gilmore girls, parenthood to get back to gilmore girls again.
Like so much of new york history, real estate was everything. You might miss some of the good parts.” synopsis in talking as fast as i can, lauren graham hits pause for a moment and looks back on her… It is short and reads really easy, but what else would you want.
Talking as fast as i can by lauren graham in her first work of nonfiction, the beloved star of gilmore girls and parenthood recounts her experiences on gilmore girls—the first and second time—and shares stories about life, love, and working in hollywood. I just finished a fascinating book about the evolution of broadway and its theaters called “razzle dazzle” by michael riedel. I came across her as the loveable, coffee drinking, pop culture referencing, single mom to rory gilmore in gilmore girls.
The only thing missing from this book is about two or three hundred more pages to make it long enough. Here’s to you, lauren graham and lorelai gilmore. This book washed away whatever negative feelings i had to the netflix reboot, and replaced it with a deeper love for the show that defined my early adulthood.
This book didn’t have as much humor as some other celebrity memoirs, but i love lauren graham’s sense of humor, so i really loved all of the humor that was in this book. Her anecdotes were interesting, fun, and gave a sense of optimism. Thank you for sharing this story.
As a fan, i really enjoyed some of the honest and funny quips that lauren graham is known for. In summary of talking as fast as i can. So when i got the opportunity to receive this book in exchange for my honest review i was ecstatic.
Lauren graham did such a fabulous job playing lorelei gilmore, so i was so excited to read this one and it did not let me down. ‘someday, someday, maybe’ by lauren graham april 25, 2016 postwc lauren graham’s debut novel, someday, someday, maybe, takes us back to the ‘90s, 1995 to be exact, and follows the character franny banks as she struggles to make it in the acting biz. Geeze, tapestry was such a great album.lauren graham agrees, trust me, read the book.
She shares her thoughts about her life as an actress, about writing and. I have been a huge fan of gilmore girls since i was a young teenager. And if there is another season of gilmore girls ahead of us, i hope you snag a seat in the writer’s.
During the years we were homeschooling, i rarely watched television of any sort. It was a quick listen (took about 4 hours) and highly entertaining! I loved any and all references to gilmore girls and think it’s the perfect short and sweet read for all fans.
I love her even more after reading it! I started watching the show when it was on netflix one day when i wasn’t feeling well. This seems so fitting, as the lyrics to the classic gilmore girls theme song by carol king closes out this book.
Biographies & memoirs “because who wants to fast forward anyway? It’s a little strange that my review is much shorter than the synopsis (taken from goodreads) above but i felt like i didn’t really have to summarize the book since it’s so nicely summarized already. I hadn't watched the show since it originally aired, and i think i actually missed out on the last two.
Jen chaney reviews lauren graham’s ‘someday, someday, maybe’. And i started reading as fast as i could. This book has been on my radar for a while because not only do i love that show, i love lauren graham.
Book review| talking as fast as i can. I love how authentic and genuine she is and i think she’d make an excellent coffee date (lauren, have your people call my people). Posted on 15th july 2017 7th april 2020 author sophie categories books tags actress, autobiography, ballantine books publishers, biography, book, book review, bookreview, einmal gilmore girls immer gilmore girls, gilmore girls, lauren graham, review, s.
From the first day i turned it on, i fell. Book written by lauren graham about gilmore girls and more about her life as an actress i was super exited. I am a huge fan of parenthood, so i loved when she talked about that show as well (which was not very much, sadly).
This book had a lot of fun gg information, but also a lot of fun stories from lauren's life. They are almost one in the same and it is freaking good. Fischer verlag, talking as fast as i.
I became a gilmore girls fan late.
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