Audio Books by Lauren Graham

Lauren Graham is the author of In Conclusion, Don't Worry About It (2018), Loving Partner Journal (2018), Talking as Fast as I Can (2016), Someday, Someday, Maybe (2013) and other 5 books.

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In Conclusion, Don't Worry About It

release date: Apr 03, 2018
In Conclusion, Don't Worry About It
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • Advice for graduates and reflections on staying true to yourself from the beloved Gilmore Girls actress and New York Times bestselling author of the memoir Talking as Fast as I Can and the novel Someday, Someday, Maybe. “If you’re kicking yourself for not having accomplished all you should have by now, don’t worry about it. Even without any ‘big’ accomplishments yet to your name, you are enough.” In this expansion of the 2017 commencement speech she gave at her hometown Langley High, Lauren Graham, the beloved star of Gilmore Girls and Parenthood, reflects on growing up, pursuing your dreams, and living in the here and now. “Whatever path you choose, whatever career you decide to go after, the important thing is that you keep finding joy in what you’re doing, especially when the joy isn’t finding you.” In her hilarious, relatable voice, Graham reminds us to be curious and compassionate, no matter where life takes us or what we’ve yet to achieve. Grounded and inspiring—and illustrated throughout with drawings by Graham herself—here is a comforting road map to a happy life. “I’ve had ups and downs. I’ve had successes and senior slumps. I’ve been the girl who has the lead, and the one who wished she had the bigger part. The truth? They don’t feel that different from each other.”

Loving Partner Journal

release date: Jun 11, 2018
Loving Partner Journal
Buy Two Books: One Book for You and One Book for Your Partner This journal heightens, nourishes, and ignites the love we have for our partners through gratitude, acts of kindness, and mindfulness. 100 days, a few minutes a day, with fun activities along the way. Grow together, reflect on the experience, and exchange books at the end. A gift unlike any other!...

Talking as Fast as I Can

release date: Dec 06, 2016
Talking as Fast as I Can
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER In this collection of personal essays, the beloved star of Gilmore Girls and Parenthood reveals stories about life, love, and working as a woman in Hollywood-along with behind-the-scenes dispatches from the set of the new Gilmore Girls, where she plays the fast-talking Lorelai Gilmore once again. In Talking as Fast as I Can, Lauren Graham hits pause for a moment and looks back on her life, sharing laugh-out-loud stories about growing up, starting out as an actress, and, years later, sitting in her trailer on the Parenthood set and asking herself, "Did you, um, make it?" She opens up about the challenges of being single in Hollywood ("Strangers were worried about me; that''s how long I was single!"), the time she was asked to audition her butt for a role, and her experience being a judge onProject Runway ("It''s like I had a fashion-induced blackout"). In "What It Was Like, Part One," Graham sits down for an epic Gilmore Girls marathon and reflects on being cast as the fast-talking Lorelai Gilmore. The essay "What It Was Like, Part Two" reveals how it felt to pick up the role again nine years later, and what doing so has meant to her. Some more things you will learn about Lauren: She once tried to go vegan just to bond with Ellen DeGeneres, she''s aware that meeting guys at awards shows has its pitfalls ("If you''re meeting someone for the first time after three hours of hair, makeup, and styling, you''ve already set the bar too high"), and she''s a card-carrying REI shopper ("My bungee cords now earn points!"). Including photos and excerpts from the diary Graham kept during the filming of the recent Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life, this book is like a cozy night in, catching up with your best friend, laughing and swapping stories, and-of course-talking as fast as you can.

Someday, Someday, Maybe

release date: Sep 17, 2013
Someday, Someday, Maybe
From Lauren Graham, the star of Gilmore Girls and Parenthood, comes a witty, charming, and hilariously relatable debut novel and New York Times bestseller about a struggling young actress trying to get ahead, and keep it together, in New York City. It''s January 1995, and Franny Banks has just six months left of the three-year deadline she set for herself when she came to New York, dreaming of Broadway and doing ''important'' work. But all she has to show for her efforts so far is a part in an ad for ugly Christmas sweaters, and a gig waiting tables at a comedy club. Her roommates; her best friend Jane, and Dan, an aspiring sci-fi writer, are supportive, yet Franny knows a two-person fan club doesn''t exactly count as success. Everyone tells her she needs a backup plan, and though she can almost picture moving back home and settling down with her perfectly nice ex-boyfriend, she''s not ready to give up on her goal of having a career like her idols Diane Keaton and Meryl Streep. Not just yet. But while she dreams of filling their shoes, in the meantime, she''d happily settle for a speaking part in almost anything, and finding a hair product combination that works. Everything is riding on the upcoming showcase for her acting class, where she''ll finally have a chance to perform for people who could actually hire her. And she can''t let herself be distracted by James Franklin, a notorious flirt and the most successful actor in her class, even though he''s suddenly started paying attention. Meanwhile, her bank account is rapidly dwindling, her father wants her to come home, and her agent doesn''t return her calls. But for some reason, she keeps believing that she just might get what she came for. Someday, Someday, Maybe is a story about hopes and dreams, being young in a city, and wanting something deeply, madly, desperately. It''s about finding love, finding yourself, and perhaps most difficult of all in New York City, finding an acting job.

Seriously—Cancer? I Do Not Have Time for This!

release date: Jun 05, 2013
Seriously—Cancer? I Do Not Have Time for This!
Lauren Graham was three weeks away from turning twenty-oneloving college life, her friends, and her familywhen her life was turned upside down and changed forever. She was diagnosed with cancerspecifically, with acute lymphoblastic lymphoma. In her memoir, Lauren considers the everyday life of a cancer patient and recalls all the challenges she experienced with humor and brutal honesty. Her unique storytelling, presented through the e-mails that she wrote over the course of nearly three years of cancer treatments, provides an intimate window into her struggle with cancer. Week by week, month by month, and treatment by treatment, she shares her journey and experiences in group e-mails to family and friends with wit, fear, stubbornness, faith, and candor. After recounting the procedures, tests, and general medical things she experienced, she ends each e-mail with several wonderful quotes, which offer as much solace to her as they would to those reading her e-mails. SeriouslyCancer? I Do Not Have Time for This! tells a true story of inspiration for anyone who is facing illness or difficulties in life. Lauren is a real trooper who viewed her cancer treatment in such a positive, relatable, inspiring, and hilarious perspective. This book is a must read for all young adults battling cancer, for healthcare providers, and for families and friends supporting their loved ones during their treatment. Brenda Muriera-Noggy, senior research nurse, Leukemia/Lymphoma Department, Division of Pediatrics, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center

Seriously-Cancer? I Do Not Have Time for This!

release date: Jun 03, 2013
Seriously-Cancer? I Do Not Have Time for This!
Lauren Graham was three weeks away from turning twenty-one-loving college life, her friends, and her family-when her life was turned upside down and changed forever. She was diagnosed with cancer-specifically, with acute lymphoblastic lymphoma. In her memoir, Lauren considers the everyday life of a cancer patient and recalls all the challenges she experienced with humor and brutal honesty. Her unique storytelling, presented through the e-mails that she wrote over the course of nearly three years of cancer treatments, provides an intimate window into her struggle with cancer. Week by week, month by month, and treatment by treatment, she shares her journey and experiences in group e-mails to family and friends with wit, fear, stubbornness, faith, and candor. After recounting the procedures, tests, and general medical things she experienced, she ends each e-mail with several wonderful quotes, which offer as much solace to her as they would to those reading her e-mails. Seriously-Cancer? I Do Not Have Time for This! tells a true story of inspiration for anyone who is facing illness or difficulties in life. "Lauren is a real trooper who viewed her cancer treatment in such a positive, relatable, inspiring, and hilarious perspective. ...This book is a must read for all young adults battling cancer, for healthcare providers, and for families and friends supporting their loved ones during their treatment." -Brenda Muriera-Noggy, senior research nurse, Leukemia/Lymphoma Department, Division of Pediatrics, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center

Living Through Reorganization

release date: Jan 01, 2019
Living Through Reorganization
Women''s centers play a critical role on college campuses. They provide education, support, leadership development, and advocacy. This multi-site case study explored the reorganization of women''s centers by answering these three questions 1) through what process was the women''s center reorganized, 2) how did reorganization impact the women''s center, and 3) how did the women''s center navigate reorganization? Using Kathleen Manning''s organizational frames as the theoretical framework for this study the researcher found that 1) on each of the campuses the decision to reorganize was initially made by one or more upper-level administrators, 2) institutions and divisions use multiple organizational frames and as a result women''s centers had varying amounts of input or influence into the reorganization process. Women''s centers experienced a wide range of impacts including shifts in physical locations, the merging of centers, changes in staffing, and changes to budgets. The three women''s centers each utilized a feminist organizing framework and this organizing principle continued as each center responded to the reorganization emphasizing transparency, open communication, and non-hierarchical decision-making. Throughout reorganization, the staff members and students served by the women''s center experienced a sense of loss, fear, and fatigue. Women''s center staff members spoke about both the importance of intersectionality and of navigating tensions around intersectionality, particularly on the campuses where identity-based centers were merged. Throughout each of the reorganizations, staff members of the women''s centers persisted in working towards advancing women on their campuses.

Timid Tara

release date: Jan 01, 2015
Timid Tara
"Tara is a terribly timid little girl who loves Irish dancing. She wants to overcome her fears and dance confidently in her first feis. Will she dance just like her confident cousin or will she be too shy to perform?"--Page 4 of cover.

Scrabo the Strangford Seal

release date: Jan 01, 2007
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