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NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and Tradeshow and ReadersMagnet Book Confab Will Feature Jack Hawn’s “Insomnia”

Jack Hawn piques readers’ interest with his memoir that shares the battles he had with insomnia.

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Catch Jack Hawn’s display at NYLA 2022 Annual Conference and Trade show and ReadersMagnet Book Confab.

The captivating memoir, Insomnia: Two Wives, Childhood Memories and Crazy Dreams by Jack Hawn, is all set to be displayed at the New York Library Association 2022 Annual Conference and Trade Show on November 3–4, 2022, at the Saratoga Springs City Center at 522 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, and the ReadersMagnet Book Confab on October 28–30, 2022, at 72 Warren St., Tribeca, New York.

Insomnia is the story of the author’s struggle to overcome insomnia. Many years ago, he met Charlene, the love of his life, and ever since then, he hasn’t been able to sleep without thinking about her. Even after seven long years, the author’s heart ached at the thought of his lost love. He now knows firsthand how terrible and untreatable insomnia can be.

This book describes the causes and consequences of insomnia and how difficult it is to suffer from it. Lack of sleep can cause serious problems in a person’s daily routine. Another major theme in this insightful book is Jack Hawn’s voyage into the past.

Interested in learning more? If so, grab a copy of Insomnia: Two Wives, Childhood Memories and Crazy Dreams by Jack Hawn, available at the ReadersMagnet Bookstore, and check out the author’s website at

Insomnia: Two Wives, Childhood Memories and Crazy Dreams
Author | Jack Hawn
Genre | Memoir
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Published date | July 30, 2022

Born in 1930 in Kearney, Nebraska, Jack Hawn later spent four years assigned to the army’s public information offices. He then found work as a copyboy at a Hollywood newspaper, was paid $5 to review plays and nightclub acts, and a year later filled a sports desk vacancy. Jack Hawn’s journalism career covered sports and entertainment while working for the LA Times. He earned extra income as a television dramatist and wrote TV and radio scripts for sportscasters.

During his 43-year career, he covered Muhammad Ali title fights, boxing at the 1984 LA Olympics, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr., and other celebrities until he retired from the Times in 1991.

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