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Jennifer Weiner


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Jennifer Weiner is a bestselling contemporary American author of novels often categorized as chick lit. Weiner was raised in Connecticut and educated at Princeton University, where she studied English and creative writing with Joyce Carol Oates and Toni Morrison among others, and also minored in women's studies. She has jokingly referred to herself as a pariah of Princeton's prestigious creative writing tradition.
 
Series
Cannie Shapiro
1. Good in Bed (2001)
2. Certain Girls (2008)
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Non fiction
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Jennifer Weiner recommends
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Flip-flopped (2002)
Jill Smolinski
"Smart engaging, and as refreshing as a dip in the surf."
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The Next Big Thing (2005)
Johanna Edwards
"A fresh, funny treat for anyone with a weakness for dishy desserts or reality TV."
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Conversations with the Fat Girl (2005)
Liza Palmer
"Engaging and poignant and heartbreakingly real, Liza Palmer's tale of best friends, true love, and just what size happily-ever-after wears is a winning conversation."
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Love Walked in (2005)
(Cornelia Brown, book 1)
Marisa de los Santos
"A bewitching, warmhearted grown-up fairy tale about old movies, charming princes, and finding happily ever after in the place where you'd least expect it."
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Sweet Ruin (2006)
Cathi Hanauer
"Compulsively readable... Hanauer has a poet's eye for detail and a spot-on sense of the specifics of mothering in the suburbs."
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The Opposite of Me (2010)
Sarah Pekkanen
"Fresh and funny and satisfying. A terrific book about sisters that actually made me laugh out loud."
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Maybe This Time (2010)
Jennifer Crusie
"Brilliant, warm, funny, completely engrossing."
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A Pug's Tale (2011)
(Pug Hill, book 2)
Alison Pace
"I adored Pug Hill... I can't remember when I've seen such sensetive and funny writing about dogs."
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The Restaurant Critic's Wife (2016)
Elizabeth LaBan
"Compulsively readable and richly detailed, a guilt-free treat that will have you devouring every word."
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And We're Off (2017)
Dana Schwartz
"A winsome, hilarious tale about losing the map and finding a better way to a happy ending. I loved it!."

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