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Chelsea Handler Sets Up Another US National Tour To Promote Her Latest Novel

Ms. Handler, the well know  stand up comedienne, author and talk show host is planning to set out on a major tour of the United States this spring to promote “Uganda Be Kidding Me”, her fifth release.

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Chelsea Handler, one of the United States most dynamic standup comedians and  talk show hosts has also succeeded in building herself a first-class reputation as being an author of  stimulating comedy books.

With her first novel, Uganda Be Kidding Me, due for release in early March, Chelsea is taking no chances and has found the best way of promoting her fifth and latest novel, an album of mostly farcical and always hilarious travel essays.

As she has done in the past, and with considerable success, Chelsea  is to embark on a tour of the stand up comedy hot spots throughout the United States to spread the word to her thousands of followers on her latest  print offering.

Chelsea will be hoping for the same results from our previous nationwide tour, which she embarked upon to promote her third book, “Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang”, in conjunction with its release in March of 2010.

According to sneak previews  “Uganda Be Kidding Me”, has all that it takes to become another major hit. In it Chelsea, in her own inimitable fashion, provides explicit details  up some of her most favorite travel tales, whilst dishing up  her own personal insights on her concept of travel etiquette as well as providing answers to some of the most pertinent and important travel questions in a highly tongue-in-cheek fashion.


Chelsea Handler has become particularly well known over the last few years as the host of “Chelsea Lately, ” the five-time weekly E! Television late night talk show.  Chelsea has been hosting the  late-night comedy show since July 2007 during which time it has gained not only an American but also an international audience.

Chelsea Lately has consistently averaged in excess of  a half-million viewers since its premiere in 2007, making it one of the most popular late night cable shows, broadcast daily on the E! Network not only in the U.S., but also in Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand  and Germany.

In addition, the best clips drawn from Chelsea Lately regularly top the one million viewer mark on YouTube.

As well as keeping herself busy on television, Chelsea  Handler is also a very popular comedy novelist, having the distinction of three of her novels holding down the top three spots  on the Bestseller Lists during the same week of March 2010.

Chelsea’s first paperback release, the risque “My Horizontal Life: A Collection Of One Night Stands”  describing  her early sexual encounters ,  published by Bloomsbury Publishing, certainly  caught the imagination of millions, selling over a million copies in more than 20 countries when it hit the bookshops of the world in 2005.

Her follow-ups also did equally well with “Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea” published by Simon Spotlight, “Chelsea, Chelsea Bang Bang”  released by Grand Central Publishing, and her most recent novel  “Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me” released in 2010,  all coming in at the top spot on the New York Times Bestseller List.

“Uganda Be Kidding Me”, will be the third release published by on her own Grand Central brand “Borderline Amazing/A Chelsea Handler Book.” The first release was Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me, and the second was “Man Up: Tales Of My Delusional Self-Confidence” written by Ross Mathew which was released in May 2013.




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