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Cythia Loyst at the Library, an after-hours party in the library
Spend an evening with Cynthia Loyst at London Public Library

Friday, January 24, 2020 - 7:30PM

From The Social co-host Cynthia Loyst, comes a deeply personal lifestyle book about how to take the guilt out of pleasure and get to the heart of what you need and want in all aspects of life—from family, home, and work to love and sex.

Join us for this after-hours party in the library as Cynthia Loyst reads from her book, Find Your Pleasure, and is interviewed by her co-host Jess Allen. Come for the inspiration and stay for a drink in the stacks! This event will include a Q&A and your chance to meet Cynthia as you get your book signed.

Tickets are $25, $50 includes a copy of Find Your Pleasure (retails for $32.99). This event is a fundraiser for literacy and learning at your library.

Date and Time

Friday, January 24, 2020

7:30PM (doors at 7PM)

Location

Central Library

251 Dundas St.

London, ON N6A 6H9

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About the Book

Through her insightful anecdotes, Cynthia empowers women to revel in all of life's joys, even the messy ones. Filled with beautiful color photographs, Find Your Pleasure is a treat for the soul that you can devour in one go or savor in tiny bites.

About Cynthia Loyst

Cynthia Loyst is a writer, producer, television co-host of CTV's The Social, and a self-described "professional sensualist." She is the creator of Find Your Pleasure, a popular online destination that celebrates decadence, indulgence, and pure, unadulterated joy. She is also a sought-after public speaker and relationship advice columnist. Find Your Pleasure is her debut book. Visit her at FindYourPleasure.com or follow her on Twitter or Instagram at @FYPleasure and @CynthiaLoyst.

Cynthia Loyst
Jess Allen standing in yellow suit
About Jess Allen

Jessica Allen is the correspondent on CTV’s The Social and a writer who started out at as an assistant editor at Maclean’s and penned a national column for Metro.

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