White Girl Problems

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White Girl Problems

By Babe Walker

Hyperion Books, Paperback, 9781401324544, 276pp.

Publication Date: January 31, 2012

Babe Walker, center of the universe, is a painstakingly manicured white girl with an expensive smoothie habit, a proclivity for Louboutins, a mysterious mother she's never met, and approximately 50 bajillion Twitter followers. But her "problems" have landed her in shopping rehab-that's what happens when you spend $246,893.50 in one afternoon at Barneys. Now she's decided to write her memoir, revealing the gut-wrenching hurdles she's had to overcome in order to be perfect in every way, every day. Hurdles such as: I hate my horse. Every job I've ever had is the worst job I've ever had. He's not a doctor, a lawyer, or a prince. I'll eat anything, as long as it's gluten-free, dairy-free, low-carb, low-fat, low-calorie, sugar-free, and organic. In an Adderall-induced flash of inspiration, Babe Walker has managed to create one of the most enjoyable, unforgettable memoirs in years.

About the Author
Babe Walker is a "New York Times" bestselling author and blogger who lives (and very occasionally works) in Los Angeles. You can find her on Twitter @WhiteGrlProblems, on Instagram @BabeWalker or on her blog BabeWalker.com.

Praise For White Girl Problems

"I now have a girl crush on Babe Walker! Laugh-out-loud, pee-in-your-Cosabellas funny."—Tori Spelling, author of Uncharted TerriTori

"White Girl Problems makes me laugh a lot, and cry a little. It's about time someone drew our attention to the devastating reality: White girl problems are all around us . . . absolutely hysterical."—Susan Sarandon

"Babe Walker will be your new best friend and worst enemy. I loved it!"—Emma Roberts

"The epitome of the urban socialite you love to hate."—Time magazine

"A social satire in the guise of a memoir. . . . The most artful elements are the charming fashion illustrations peppered throughout Walker's half-million followers on Twitter and the public's bottomless appetite for news about real-life socialites like the Kardashians prove that a large audience for this story does exist."—Booklist