FORGET YOU KNOW ME by Jessica Strawser & Giveaway



In Jessica Strawser’s new novel, FORGET YOU KNOW ME (StMartinsPress), a video call between friends captures a shocking incident no one was supposed to see. The secrets exposed threaten to change their lives forever.

Molly and Liza have always been enviably close. Even after Molly married Daniel, the couple considered Liza an honorary family member. But after Liza moved away, things grew more strained than anyone wanted to admit―in the friendship and the marriage.

When Daniel goes away on business, Molly and Liza plan to reconnect with a nice long video chat after the kids are in bed. But then Molly leaves the room to check on a crying child.

What Liza sees next will change everything.

FORGET YOU KNOW ME is about love and how we go about receiving it, as well as protecting it. Strawser’s novel explores how we deal with the distances between one another, how time affects our recollection and other obstacles. It’s a suspenseful mystery that will have you thinking long and hard after you’ve finished it.



Jessica Strawser is the editor-at-large at Writer’s Digest, where she served as editorial director for nearly a decade and became known for her in-depth cover interviews with such luminaries as David Sedaris and Alice Walker. She’s the author of the book club favorites Almost Missed You, a Barnes & Noble Best New Fictionpick, and Not That I Could TellBook of the Month selection now new in paperback. Her third novel, Forget You Know Meis forthcoming in February 2019 (all from St. Martin’s Press).

Currently serving as the 2019 Writer-in-Residence at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Strawser has written for The New York Times Modern Love, Publishers Weekly and other fine venues, and lives in Cincinnati with her husband and two children. She tweets @jessicastrawser, enjoys connecting on Facebook, and speaks frequently at book clubs, libraries, writing conferences and events that are kind enough to invite her.

Thanks to St. Martin Press, we have one copy to giveaway. Just tell us if you’ve ever posted anything on the Internet that you regret; doesn’t have to be a picture. We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.

GIVEAWAY: USA only please.

36 thoughts on “FORGET YOU KNOW ME by Jessica Strawser & Giveaway

  1. Never have I ever posted something I regret on the internet…I have pressed the send button on a couple of emails I shouldn’t have.

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  2. Thankfully I have not posted anything like that. I always think before posting because I don’t want to regret it later. And I also think before posting anything that might affect someone else negatively. I don’t like to start arguments on FB.

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  3. I try to be very careful of my postings to the Internet. To my knowledge, I have not posted anything offensive to anyone. If I don’t like something, i ignore the post.

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  4. Definitely no pictures and I’m pretty careful about what I say on the Internet. I am always amazed at the back and forth people get into on the Internet – don’t they realize it’s public?! (Isn’t Jessica Strawser great, can’t wait to read this book.)

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  5. I try to be careful what I post on the internet. I have made comments on some news articles and have felt that maybe it’s best not to say anything.

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  6. Fortunately I haven’t posted anything that I would regret since I always check twice before posting (even if I have regretted, I should had deleted it). Thanks for the chance!

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  7. Considering I’m FB friends with some work colleagues, I’m pretty careful about what I post. So, no, I’ve never posted anything I’ve regretted.

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  8. I have, I posted a derogatory comment about a family member that I dont get along with. I completely regretted it and deleted it. It has taught me to take a breath and think it out before posting anything derogatory since.

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  9. No, I haven’t posted anything on the internet that I regretted but I did text the wrong person and was critical of that person. I’m sorry… you know who you are.


  10. I once made a comment on a political post. I learned my lesson!! Now I only comment if I have the same political views as the person. I just try to scroll on by!!


  11. OmG…yes, yes, yes. Impulse control is not my forte, especially when I was going through my divorce! Delete is my favorite button to minimize poorly thought out posts!!

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