Sen. Tammy Duckworth in conversation with Bradley Whitford, April 5 at 6pm PDT/9pm EDT

Join us for another conversation at Live Talks Los Angeles

Sen. Tammy Duckworth 
with Bradley Whitford
discussing her memoir, “Every Day Is a Gift.”
April 5, 6pm PDT/9pm EDT

All tickets include a signed book.
Purchase tickets here. ($39 includes shipping)
More about the event.


Links to news stories about Sen. Tammy Duckworth and her new memoir…

— “Tammy Duckworth Was a Survivor Long Before Her Helicopter Was Shot Down,” New York Times
— “Sen. Tammy Duckworth Doesn’t Pull Punches In Memoir ‘Every Day Is A Gift’,” All Things Considered, NPR
— “Duckworth describes her astonishing life and the Capitol riot,” USA Today
— “Tammy Duckworth on a ‘more perfect union’,” CBS Sunday Morning
— Book excerpt: “Every Day Is a Gift” by Sen. Tammy Duckworth, CBS News
— “The Book That Taught Tammy Duckworth How to Mummify Human Remains,” By The Book,  NYT
Review: Tammy Duckworth illustrates a bold refusal to quit, Associated Press


Curated videos for your #curfewtainment

We thought you’d appreciate some fun videos to watch while you take the advice to stay home and help slow down the spread of the coronavirus.  In some cities and states there are curfews, hence these curated videos for your #curfewtainment.  

And you can buy signed copies of the featured authors from our online store. Signed books make great gifts…

Buy a signed copy of Jenifer Lewis’ memoir, “The Mother of Black Hollywood.” 


Buy a signed copy of John Cleese’s memoir, “So, Anyway…”


Buy a signed copy of Eric Idle’s memoir, “Always L0ok on the Bright Side of Life: A Sortabiography.”

Buy a signed copy of Bob Saget’s memoir, “Dirty Daddy: The Chronicles of a Family Man Turned Filthy Comedian”


Buy a signed copy of Chelsea Handler’s collection of essays, “Uganda Be Kidding Me”


Buy a signed copy of Dave Barry’s novel, “Insane City.”


Buy a signed copy of Al Franken’s memoir, “Giant of the Senate.”


Buy a signed copy of Busy Philipps’ memoir, “This Will Only Hurt a Little.”


Buy a signed copy of Aasif Mandvi’s collection of essays, “No Land’s Man.”