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I'm Erin Judge. I'm a comedian and a writer. I live in Los Angeles. Let's hug.

July 13, 2016

vow of celibacy

My debut novel Vow of Celibacy hits bookstores August 9th, and word on the street is that it is A) sexy, B) good, and C) sexy as hell.

"Gosh, that sounds great! How can I obtain a copy of this sexy, funny book and otherwise support its release?"

Wow, thanks for asking! Here are all the ways:


*not really

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Reviews & Blurbs
"Erin Judge’s compulsively readable debut is the rare novel that contains equal parts heart and wit. And yes, it’s sexy as hell, too.”
Maris Kreizman, author of Slaughterhouse 90210

“A smart, funny, and fast-paced book about sex, love, body image, and friendship.”

“Fat-positive, bi-affirming, clever, and fun, Vow of Celibacy is the beach read of your dreams.”
Lindsay King-Miller, and author of Ask A Queer Chick

"Erin Judge's Vow of Celibacy is a smart, witty coming-of-age tale starring a complex and courageous heroine who stays burned in your memory long after you put down the book. Natalie's bold adventures in self-discovery and desire are sometimes hilarious, sometimes unnerving, but always engrossing."
Heather Havrilesky, The Cut's "Ask Polly" and author of How to Be a Person in The World

“Like an updated and more grounded Perks of Being A Wallflower, Vow of Celibacy cuts to the bone. The struggle has never been more real, and no writer understands it better than Erin Judge. There is a dearth of literature with bisexual characters at the center—Vow of Celibacy stands out because it captures the experience honestly and in a way that is so relatable. Equal parts witty and devastating, Vow of Celibacy understands the struggle to find footing in this difficult world better than anything else currently on the shelves.”
Catie Disabato, author of The Ghost Network

"Vow of Celibacy is so funny and sexy and heartbreaking and joyous! I didn't feel like I was reading accounts of relationships as much as I was overhearing friends talk about the most vital and exciting parts of them."
Josh Gondelman, comedian, co-author of You Blew It & writer for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

Read the synopsis & find out more about my publisher, Rare Bird Books, here!

...and thanks for everything!