Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered: The Definitive How-To Guide

Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered: The Definitive How-To Guide

The highly anticipated first book by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, the voices behind the #1 hit podcast My Favorite Murder!Sharing never-before-heard stories ranging from their struggles with depression, eating disorders, and addiction, Karen and Georgia irreverently recount their biggest mistakes and deepest fears, reflecting on the formative life events that sha...

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Title:Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered: The Definitive How-To Guide
Author:Karen Kilgariff
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Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered: The Definitive How-To Guide Reviews

  • Brandon Forsyth

    Here’s what you do. You make a thousand signs.

    You put them up on street corners and community bulletin boards. You hang them from ornate balconies and make them look like the flag of a new country. Drag them behind planes and make them circle the cities of the world like you’re announcing a new global superpower. You turn the signs into clothing like those weird toilet paper ads.

    The signs read “KAREN KILGARIFF AND GEORGIA HARDSTARK HAVE WRITTEN THE GREATEST DUAL MEMOIR / COLLECTION OF HUMOUROU

    Here’s what you do. You make a thousand signs.

    You put them up on street corners and community bulletin boards. You hang them from ornate balconies and make them look like the flag of a new country. Drag them behind planes and make them circle the cities of the world like you’re announcing a new global superpower. You turn the signs into clothing like those weird toilet paper ads.

    The signs read “KAREN KILGARIFF AND GEORGIA HARDSTARK HAVE WRITTEN THE GREATEST DUAL MEMOIR / COLLECTION OF HUMOUROUS ESSAYS / SOCIAL STUDY / FEMINIST MANIFESTO / ADVICE BOOK / TRUE CRIME ANALYSIS EVER AND SURE THAT SOUNDS LIKE A QUALIFIED STATEMENT BUT IT IS ACTUALLY GOING TO BE MY FAVOURITE BOOK OF THE YEAR YES EVEN THOUGH IT’S ONLY FEBRUARY” or something to that effect that might be catchier.

    I am overwhelmed with enthusiasm for this book. It is actually, to use a clichéd word,

    .

  • Caroline Vericker

    I will always be a little bit heartbroken, I think, that I don't get to actually be best friends with Karen and Georgia

  • Natasha Niezgoda

    Words cannot describe how perfectly pertinent this book was to my present life. And if I can get real with you, it’s kinda like walking into a

    . And I know the word “therapy” is weird and scary and defeating, but it shouldn’t be. I’ve gone. For 6 years in fact. And it changed my life. And this book makes you realize that life is messy and hard and you need an a

    Words cannot describe how perfectly pertinent this book was to my present life. And if I can get real with you, it’s kinda like walking into a

    . And I know the word “therapy” is weird and scary and defeating, but it shouldn’t be. I’ve gone. For 6 years in fact. And it changed my life. And this book makes you realize that life is messy and hard and you need an advocate to help you get back on track. You need “clutch-friends” and you need to forgive yourself.

    God, I cried so hard during the first two chapters. And then some more in chapter 5. I LAUGHED MY ASS OFF throughout all of chapter 4 because THAT WAS MY LIFE. And I was totally moved when both Karen and Georgia admitted that we’re always making mistakes and learning from them and that’s

    .

    This book is a collection of essays. The topics range from eating disorders, alcoholism, being the product of a broken home, anxiety, true crime (obviously), a love for reading, and friendship.

    It’s so relevant that it’s almost BIG BROTHER nuts. But the bottom line is this

    .

    . Thank you for taking the time to read this. I LOVE YOU.

    Elvis, want a cookie? BYEEEEEEEE

  • Donna Backshall

    I know I'm in the minority, but

    didn't resonate with me.

    I much prefer the podcasts, with discussions of true crime and impromptu jokes and antics. Not that their how-I-got-here stories weren't interesting, it's more that they simply weren't what I wanted from this comedic duo. It seemed like they were trying to get real, but I could have done without the feel of the written, almost bloggy stories.

    Oh well. I couldn't relate even th

    I know I'm in the minority, but

    didn't resonate with me.

    I much prefer the podcasts, with discussions of true crime and impromptu jokes and antics. Not that their how-I-got-here stories weren't interesting, it's more that they simply weren't what I wanted from this comedic duo. It seemed like they were trying to get real, but I could have done without the feel of the written, almost bloggy stories.

    Oh well. I couldn't relate even though I desperately wanted to. Back to the outrageous you-never-know-what-they'll-say-next podcasts for me.

  • viktoria

    : I've deeply suspected and profoundly hoped that this (no doubt) beautiful ode to true crime, anxiety, and the freedom of how to stop worrying and learning to love your weird self would happen. I was so very pleased—and proud with absolutely no foundation—to hear them announce the publication date. I will be stalking all the sites for an ARC as well as pre-ordering.

    Yay murderinos!

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