Strap on your stilettos and grab your rosé because this episode is a party! We were so lucky to have Abby Stern, whose novel According To A Source, is on its way to classic beach read status. Abby reveals all about her book and the writing process. We also talk about Barefoot Blonde Hair (no relation to the cheap wine), Vegas, bad roommates, Temecula, hardware stores, the importance of not taking no for an answer, New Orleans, New York, Kiryas Joel, reverse happy hour, celeb(ish) crushes, Chateau Marmont, Nico Tortorella, meeting your heroes, the nightmare of dating in Los Angeles, proofreading problems, our moms, plural names, Heather Dubrow, Bethenny Frankel and so much more.
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