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Pioneer Woman postpones OKC book-signing

Citing an unavoidable conflict, Ree Drummond's book-signing scheduled for Monday at Full Circle Bookstore has been postponed.

The Pawhuska's resident struck a nerve with America when she began blogging as the Pioneer Woman more than a decade ago. Her sunny disposition and relentlessly optimistic and can-do attitude while raising kids on an enormous ranch in Osage County has drawn the interest of millions of readers over the years.

Drummond has turned that readership into Food Network television show, a book deal and most recently The Mercantile, a general store, deli and restaurant that serves as many as 6000 people a day.

Drummond’s management offered a brief statement regarding the event, “Due to an unavoidable conflict, Ree Drummond’s event has been postponed. A new date will be announced shortly.”

Customers who have already pre-purchased a book can keep their order for the rescheduled signing or visit Full Circle Bookstore for a full refund. In addition, customers can still purchase or reserve a copy of “Little Ree” in advance by calling 842-2900 and will receive preferred line pass grouping for the rescheduled signing date.  


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