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Jennette McCurdy boasts the success of her book: “The number 1”

Due to the strong revelations about his work in Nickelodeon series such as icarly Y Sam & Catin addition to everything he tells about his bad relationship with his mother Debra McCurdy, the book I’m Glad My Mom Died, of the actress Jennette mccurdyhas become a bestseller.

The American celebrity bragged about this situation through a publication on social networks, as he said that his memories are in the place number 1 in sales within the ranking made by the New York Times.

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Thank you all for making of I’m Glad My Mom Died #1 New York Times Best Seller in both hardcover and print + eBook for two weeks straight!”, wrote the famous.

I really can’t believe it and I’m trying to cherish this moment as much as I can.”, he added.

To the message, Jennette added several photos where she looks very smiling with the page of the newspaper that announces the weekly best sellers.

What is Jennette McCurdy’s book about?

In I’m glad my mom diedthe former Nickelodeon actress portrayed her harsh childhood full of abuse and violence as a result of the relationship she had with her mother Debra McCurdy.

The former child star revealed that her mother forced her to work in the entertainment world due to her frustrated dream of becoming an actress, causing her psychological damage that led to breakdowns, depression and eating disorders. Debra McCurdy passed away in 2013 after suffering from cancer.

“It was hard for me to admit that losing her was both liberating for me and devastating,” McCurdy said after her mother’s passing.

He also told how it was his experience at Nickelodeon, where she experienced various abuses to the point that the company offered her money to silence her.

Additionally, McCurdy delved into his relationship with peers like Miranda Cosgrove and Ariana Grande.

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