Exes and Ohs: A Downtown Girl's (Mostly Awkward) Tales of Love, Lust, Revenge, and a Little Facebook Stalking (Paperback)
A Downtown Girl's (Mostly Awkward) Tales of Love, Lust, Revenge, and a Little Facebook Stalking
Three Rivers Press (CA), 9780307885111, 177pp.
Publication Date: June 7, 2011
"Think you ve have some outrageous dating horror stories? You don't have anything on Shallon Lester."
Spunky Shallon Lester has accumulated more than her fair share of embarrassing stories. In this collection of hilarious essays, she chronicles her dorky, daring, and awkward journey from waitress at the ninth circle of hell known as Houston's Time Square restaurant, to columnistat one of New York's leading gossip magazines, to MTV reality star, gleefully weaving in stories of all boys she's loved, lost, and avenged along the way.
Complete with cringe-worthy tales of:
-The timea new boyfriend found the stockpile of Magnum condoms hidden under her bed
-Getting caught stealing (borrowing?) bacon from her local supermarket
-Unwittingly getting romantically involved with the leader of a mafia ring
-Being dumped on Valentines Day (for the second year in a row), just minutes before being forced to attend El Concierto Del Amor con Marc Anthony y Jennifer Lopez. Alone. Did I mention on Valentine's day?
-An unfortunate sholess, sweaty, shoe-less run in with Ed Westwick and Chace Crawford on an East Village Street Corner
With a fresh and irresistible voice that makes you want to sit down and rehash last night'smisadventures over martinis, Lester speaks volumes toanyone who's even been young, ambitious, and a little bit slutty.
About the Author
Praise For Exes and Ohs: A Downtown Girl's (Mostly Awkward) Tales of Love, Lust, Revenge, and a Little Facebook Stalking…
"What I love about this book is that it reminds us that we all need to laugh at ourselves. That, or maybe I'm just happy someone has done more embarrassing things than I have."
-Stacy London, style expert and host of TLC's What Not To Wear
"This aint your grandmas memoir...unless your grandma was a borderline prostitute."
-Nasim Pedrad, writer and star, Saturday Night Live
“Oh Shallon please. That did not happen.”
-Shallon's agent, editor, mother, grandmother, and kitten