Jennifer Weiner

Jennifer Weiner was born on March 22 in 1970. She was born on an army base that was in DeRidder, Louisiana. As early as age two, she had started displaying signs of being a smart kid.

From 1987 to 1991 she attended Princeton University where she majored in English while her minors were in rabble-rousing. She co-founded the coeducation eating clubs and led a campus-wide campaign so that the schools all-male eating clubs would also accept the female participants and members. Apart from the university courses, she also took part-time courses which included creative writing.

Books in order of publication:

Cannie Shapiro Books

Certain Girls(2000) 
Good in Bed(2002) 
Good Men(2013) 

The Littlest Bigfoot Books

The Littlest Bigfoot(2016) 
Little Bigfoot, Big City(2017) 

Standalone Novels

In Her Shoes(2002) 
Little Earthquakes(2004) 
Goodnight Nobody(2005) 
Best Friends Forever(2009) 
Then Came You(2010) 
Fly Away Home(2010) 
The Next Best Thing(2012) 
All Fall Down(2014) 
Who Do You Love(2015) 
Mrs. Everything(2019) 
Big Summer(2020) 
That Summer(2021) 

Short Stories/Novellas

Swim(2006) 
The Guy Not Taken(2006) 
The Half Life(2010) 
Recalculating(2011) 
A Memoir of Grief(2012) 
Disconnected(2013) 

Non-Fiction Books

Hungry Heart(2016)

Anthologies

American Girls About Town(2004) 
Shelf Discovery: The Teen Classics We Never Stopped Reading(2009) 
Cosmo’s Sexiest Stories Ever(2011) 
Pretty Bitches: On Being Called Crazy, Angry, Bossy, Frumpy, Feisty, and All the Other Words That Are Used to Undermine Women(2020) 
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