Moose. Stephanie Klein.

Long story short, I feed the starving writer that is me by designing albums. I wont have time for much else over the next few weeks but I do plan on reading Stephanie’s new memoir, “Moose”, from cover to cover when it’s released on the 27th. More therapeutic than my actual therapist. She’s an amazing woman and a fabulous writer.

It’s hard for me to give over to that kind of cheesy admiration but it’s true. Haters, step aside. Everyone else check out what Newsweek has to say about Stephanie and go preorder “Moose. A Memoir” by Stephanie Klein.

Moose Stephanie Klein

Starting at age 13 Stephanie Klein went to three different fat camps over five summers. In “Moose: A Memoir of Fat Camp” (William Morrow) she writes about how she lost 30 pounds over one of those summers (among other things). It’s hard to imagine that the sexy author of the memoir “Straight Up and Dirty”-the tale of her jump into single life after her first marriage ended in divorce-was ever overweight. But she was-emphasis on the past tense. Newsweek

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  • inflammatory writ
    May 21, 2008 at 17:11

    I love Stephanie’s blog. Sometimes I find myself wanting to throttle her, but she really is just THAT honest. I can’t wait to read her book!

  • Sarah
    May 22, 2008 at 14:58

    Someone else was telling me about this woman recently. I’m always up for good chicklit i’ll have to check it out.

  • Wright STuff
    May 22, 2008 at 14:59

    I just read Straight Up and Dirty. From the sound of things Moose doesn’t look like Chic Lit. I could be wrong. I’ve just pre-ordered it.

  • Clare
    May 22, 2008 at 15:42

    It is the honesty that makes her so readable – why do other people trying to write not get this? TRUTH is what sells!

    She is bare naked with the truth and that’s the reason she is so popular.

    Buffy – cannot wait to read your book! I loved your prologue…

  • Cat
    May 22, 2008 at 19:22

    I am a fan of her blog, but did not read her (first) book. Not sure about Moose either. She is a fabulous writer. I am just a bad reader.

    You design albums? Music albums? Book jackets? Just curious.