Some Girls Book Trailer
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Jillian Lauren
February 2010
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Written by
Jillian Lauren
February 2010

My soul sister Renee Reeser Zelnick designed this beautiful trailer for my upcoming memoir, SOME GIRLS: MY LIFE IN A HAREM. At first she turned me down, but then she was shopping in Target and the gods hit her in the head with this idea, fully formed. She’s a gal who not only lives amongst the Amish, but is also pursuing a masters in Consciousness Studies and Transpersonal Psychology (she’s pretty much got all her bases covered), so when the gods announce themselves, she tends to pay attention. Aren’t I lucky to have such a talented friend, who also happens to be tuned in to the universe’s inspiration channel?


And speaking of calling in favors, a certain handsome bass player I know did the music.


I’m excited about it. Take a gander and let me know what you think.




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  • You think? I guess I have to agree. Something about keeping a steady rhythm. Ha ha. Seriously though, where in NJ did you grow up? I live in Rumson (Bruce Springsteen lives about a mile away), but BFD, right? I'm only here for the school system. Otherwise, I really can't afford to be here. My kids are 9 and 7. I know you're in CA because I read your site, which is lovely, by the way.

  • Jillian Lauren

    Bass players are the best musicians to marry. Hands down.

  • Very interesting! I'm writing a memoir, too, Jillian. I'm going to look at your site and look forward to reading you! We have something in common. My husband is a bass player. So when I read "...a certain handsome bass player..." I had to smile. Good luck to you!