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By Karyn Bosnak

Save Karyn

One Shopaholic's Journey to Debt and Back

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Save Karyn by Karyn Bosnak

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Drowning in $20,000 worth of credit card debt and jobless, shopaholic Karyn Bosnak had the audacious idea to ask strangers for money online to pay them off and it worked! For Karyn Bosnak, after growing up in the suburbs of Chicago, living the 'good life' in New York City was a dream come true. A big-shot producer on a 'Judge Judy'-style talk show, Karyn had the six-figure income and developed a liking for the finer things in life, such as Prada blouses, oriental rugs and $400 sandals. Each time she would pull out her credit card, Karyn could justify any expense. Then she hit rock bottom and found herself jobless, and $20,000 in debt. So what does a cash-strapped girl do? Karyn started a website on which she asked for donations to help her pay off her shopping debts. Karyn started to receive emails from all over the world, either confessing to their own debt-ridden lives, or criticising Karyn's. But after only four months of internet pan-handling (and around 2 million hits on her website), a change in lifestyle and selling more than a few of her precious possessions on eBay, her debt was gone! SAVE KARYN is the hilarious true story of a gal with big-city aspirat

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781863254410
ISBN-10: 1863254412
Format: Paperback
(210mm x 140mm x 37mm)
Pages: 464
Imprint: Bantam
Publisher: Transworld Publishers (Division of Random House Australia)
Publish Date: 3-Nov-2003
Country of Publication: Australia

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What's Your Number? by Karyn Bosnak What's Your Number?, Paperback (September 2011)

Everybody's got a number. In fact, everyone has a few numbers. There's the one we tell our friends, the one we tell our boyfriends, and the one, if absolutely pushed, that we tell our parents. But only we know what our true number is. Well, I was getting a little self-conscious about my number. So I decided that twenty would be my limit.

Twenty Times a Lady by Karyn Bosnak Twenty Times a Lady, Paperback (June 2006)

When Delilah wakes up one morning in a bed that's not her own, she experiences the biggest regret of her life. Not only did she have drunken sex with her disgusting former boss Roger (who fired her the day before) but in doing so she hit her self-imposed 'number limit'; she's had sex with twenty men.

20 Times a Lady by Karyn Bosnak 20 Times a Lady, Paperback / softback

In this smart, hilarious novel, a 29-year-old Manhattanite who's obsessed with her "number"--she's vowed not to have sex with more than 20 men--learns how many men it takes to find true love.

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Author Biography - Karyn Bosnak

Karyn Bosnak was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago. She is a daytime television producer turned Internet guru who likes (but can't afford) the finer things in life. She now resides in Brooklyn, New York. She can be reached at

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