#PretaBookClub: Cheryl Strayed Is Answering Your 'Wild'est Twitter Questions on Thursday
Join #pretabookclub when the author of 'Wild' leads a live Twitter chat this Thursday to talk about her memoir and the new Reese Witherspoon film adaptation
Whether you were one of the early readers who helped propel Wild to the New York Times best-seller list in 2012, a later adopter who helped put it back on the list in 2014 or simply cried (and cheered) your way through this month's movie version starring Reese Witherspoon, be sure to log in to Twitter at 1:30 p.m. PT/4:30 p.m. ET this Thursday, December 11, as Cheryl Strayed takes over the Pret-a-Reporter account to answer questions about her memoir and the life that inspired it all.
Tweet to @pretareporter and #pretabookclub to submit your questions to Strayed and qualify for a chance to win an autographed copy of Wild. And in the meantime, be sure to keep tweeting your favorite quotes from the book (which can also win you a signed copy). Here's one of our personal favorites:
I told him that this was because women were too oppressed to be hobos. That most likely all the women who wanted to be hobos were holed up in some house with a gaggle of children to raise. Children who'd been fathered by hobo men who'd hit the road.
"Oh, I see," he said. "You're a feminist, then."
"Yes," I said. It felt good to agree on something.
Now go tweet #pretabookclub with yours!