Girls Night Out with Kelly Corrigan: Sacramento

February 2, 2018 in Folsom, CA

Grab a friend (or two!) and join New York Times bestselling author Kelly Corrigan (Glitter & Glue, Transcending) for a “Girls Night Out” at Barnes & Noble to celebrate her new book, TELL ME MORE: Stories About the 12 Hardest Things I’m Learning to Say.  Experience real talk about the 12 essential phrases that make love and connection possible, while enjoying a night of wine, hors d’oeuvres and friendship.  Each guest will receive a gift bag that includes a signed copy of the new book and other goodies!  Get $5 off each ticket when you buy 2 or more!

A short-list of the essential phrases identified by Kelly include:

  • “I Don’t Know”
  • “No”
  • “Tell Me More”
  • “I Was Wrong”

Praise for TELL ME MORE:

“[T]he ‘Poet Laureate of the ordinary’.” – Huffington Post

TELL ME MORE is a testament to the idea that the things we say matter, that our words have the power to comfort and uplift, empower and inspire. Kelly Corrigan takes on all the big, difficult questions here, with great warmth and courage. As life unfolds, this is a book I will go back to again and again.”– Glennon Doyle, New York Times bestselling author of Love Warrior

Event Details

What was Included

  • Meet Kelly Corrigan!
  • A signed hardcover copy of TELL ME MORE
  • Wine & hors d'oeuvres
  • Guaranteed seating
  • January issue of Glamour Magazine
  • Random House Stadium Cup

Date & Time

February 2, 2018
7:00PM to 9:00PM


Folsom, CA

Barnes & Noble
280 Palladio Pkwy
Folsom, CA 95630


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About the Hosts

Kelly Corrigan has been called “the voice of her generation” by O: The Oprah Magazine and “the poet laureate of the ordinary” by HuffPost. She is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Middle Place, Lift, and Glitter and Glue. She is also the creative director of The Nantucket Project and host of their conversation series about what matters most. She lives near Oakland, California, with her husband, Edward Lichty, and her daughters, Georgia and Claire.