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And while I’m on my big @jenerous kick today: Check out the Gift Guide in her story highlights! Jen’s put together a great resource for finding business owned by black, indigenous, transgender and other marginalized folx! If you’re going to shop, why not shop from one of these businesses? Only downside is you might end up shopping for yourself because the stuff is so cute, like this tube top by @huebyknarlei which pairs perfectly with sweats and a blazer.
Caroline Calloway says she has written two books, and now you can pre-order one of them.
Her first book, titled Scammer, is available for pre-order as of Wednesday and will be released in spring of 2020. Calloway chose the date because it marks the one-year mark from when she “went viral as a scam,” as she wrote on Instagram.
On her website, Calloway tells her fans she has been doing “seven years of writing for you and this is the first time you can hold my words.”
“The goal of this book is to make a pretty object that you can hug and display and cherish, while also giving you an escape hatch from your life, like all good authors do,” she writes.
Calloway writes the book won’t be sold in stores, and she only plans on producing as many copies as she sells. If you want the book, you can buy it for $25 through Shopify on her website.
“Don’t want it? Don’t buy it!” Calloway said.
Calloway also wrote on Instagram that she has written a second book, And We Were Like, documenting her time at Cambridge University, which will be released at a later date.
The title is the same as the memoir that she had planned to write for Penguin Random House before the book was eventually cancelled. The genesis of the book deal was chronicled in a viral piece in The Cut by her former friend, Natalie Beach.
BuzzFeed News contacted Calloway for more info on her book but she declined to comment, writing, “I’m actually only going to be sharing information about this book directly with my fans.”
- Caroline Calloway Wants To Talk About Why You Love To Hate HerStephanie McNeal · Sept. 25, 2019
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