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DS Book Tour: This Week and Next!

by Grace Bonney

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The first week of our has been an absolute dream come true for me. In New York City, Boston and Austin, we gathered almost a thousand women together for conversations, honesty, advice, wisdom, moments of vulnerability and connections that led to real support, new friends and budding collaborations. Those moments are all I have ever wanted from this project and I can’t wait to hit the road this week and next for the next leg of our tour!

Some of our events are already sold out, but we have a few tickets left in the upcoming dates, so if you want to come join us for heartfelt conversation and meaningful panel talks, click the links below to grab a ticket (each ticket includes a book!) and join us on the road! See you soon!

  • Oct 13: Atlanta, GA (!)
  • October 16: Chicago, IL (!)
  • Oct 17: Los Angeles, CA ()
  • Oct 22: Rhinecliff, NY (!)
  • Oct 25: Washington, D.C. (!)
  • Oct 28: Corte Madera, CA (!)
  • November 10: Philadelphia, PA (!)

*Photo above from (who is also in the book!) whose entire team at the Amazon series, , got copies of the book!

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