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Alicia Silverstone Announces Upcoming Book Tour To Promote Vegan Diet

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Alicia Silverstone’s vegan friendly book The Kind Diet has made the idea of going veg a little more mainstream since its release. And on March 15th (today!) a paperback edition of the title is hitting shelves, meaning that the 34-year-old is heading out on a mini-book tour to promote it! Hooray!

Silverstone has become the epitome of a vegan activist; penning books, keeping a blog, and promoting organic beauty products to better the environment and our health. And her book, The Kind Diet, has inspired many to go veg, including fellow celebs like Sophia Bush. So we are super excited to hear that Silverstone will be getting the good vegan word out once more!

Today you can catch Silverstone making an appearance on the daytime health show “The Doctors“— so be sure to set your DVRs! And on her blog she also revealed appearances and book signings she’ll be doing around the Los Angeles area, each one including a 20 minute talk about the book, a Q&A session, and an opportunity to get the celebs autograph. This is a great opportunity to meet the author, and as Silverstone says on her blog, “Bring friends that you think would benefit from the book!”

Here are some of the dates and locations:

Tuesday, March 15 – 7:15 PM
Barnes & Noble at The Grove
189 The Grove Drive
Los Angeles, CA

Wednesday, March 16 – 6:45 PM
Vroman’s Bookstore
695 East Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA

Tuesday, March 22 – 6:45 PM
Santa Monica Public Library
601 Santa Monica Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA

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