The Executive Editor of People Magazine provides an unfiltered and hilarious look at her life alongside the rich and famous, as she reveals how being a fan-girl lead to celebrity close encounters she could only dream of growing up. From the NY Post's "Page Six" to Good Housekeeping and now People, Kate Coyne has spent years on the front lines of the entertainment industry, feeding our insatiable appetite for celebrity news and gossip. I'M YOUR BIGGEST FAN chronicles her journey from red-carpet reporter to upper-level editor and the countless surreal, surprising, and awkward interactions she had with stars along the way. Featuring A-listers such as Michael Douglas (who warned her about tabloid reporting), Tom Cruise (whose behavior will surprise you) and Tom Hanks (who, yes, is wonderful) Coyne's stories reveal insights about pop culture's biggest icons-and the journalist who has followed their every move.
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"There is so much going on in this book. One minute I'm laughing; the next minute I'm crying and then I'm steaming mad at some fucktard I don't even know. When's the follow-up coming out?!" - T. Caraway, Age 22, Chicago, IL @ "Kilgore really makes me want to think twice about quitting my job at the record store and heading to LA like I have always dreamed, yet she makes it seem like so much fun! And I can't date her cuz she'll write about all the stupid things I do." - J. Garner, Age 25, Tokepa, KS @ "Just tell me now, is there anything in your book that would make me have to apologize to anyone or pick and move in the middle of the night?" - P. Buenger, Pasadena, Texas (Robin's Mother) @ "You used cuss words in your book?! Well, that's not very cultured...There went your shot on Oprah!" - M. Nowak, Pasadena, TX (Robin's Grandmother) @ Emotional. Raw. Thought provoking. Buy this book and put it by the toilet or in your overnight bag. It's a guilty pleasure.
Presidents' Weekend is coming up, and Tori's parents have invited four of her closest friends to their Tahoe home for a ski trip! No sooner have the girls booked their tickets to California than they learn that the Lakeview reunion is also scheduled for that weekend. Will the fourth years be separated for reunion weekend?
The time is late-21st Century. Tali Rosen is an accomplished net-stretcher for Nacho-Net, headquartered in Havana. Tali's life begins to unravel when her Cuban fiancee cheats on her. At the same time, Tali's Aunt falls into a coma after an automobile accident, and Tali retreats home to Northern California. There she finds she can communicate with her comatose aunt through what Tali will learn is called the tsunami: a potent fusion of organic, electronic and spiritual networks made possible by the creation of DnetA. Operating outside the confines of time and space, the tsunami enables Tali to venture back and forth across the boundary regions between life and death. Swept up by this tidal wave, she learns that the tsunami itself is an artificial recreation of the bardos of Tibetan Buddhism, and is a marketing experiment that has gone horribly wrong. In the end Tali must risk everything to undo the damage the tsunami has wrought to the border region separating life and death.
A postmodern family saga by one of America’s freshest literary voices Upon landing at Ellis Island in 1903, Esther and Hersh Lipshitz discover their son Reuven is missing. The child is never found, and decades later, Esther becomes convinced that the famous aviator Charles Lindbergh is her lost boy. Esther’s manic obsession spirals out of control, leaving far-reaching effects on the entire Lipshitz lineage. In the present, we meet T Cooper—the last living Lipshitz—who struggles to make sense of all that came before him and what legacy he might leave behind.
Excerpts of a Mental Illness Life is a nonfiction work about excerpts taken from the private journal entries of an every day person who struggles in day to day life with mental illness. Quotes, friendship banter, humor, hardships, this book will take you through the challenges of mental illness. Written in journal entry form by dates. Nonfiction.
The Bling Ring by Vanity Fair writer Nancy Jo Sales is an in-depth expose of a band of beautiful, privileged teenagers who were caught breaking into celebrity homes and stealing millions of dollars worth of valuables. With a list of victims that reads like a "Who's Who" of young Hollywood, including Lindsay Lohan, Orlando Bloom, Paris Hilton, and Rachel Bilson, The Bling Ring is the stuff of writers' imaginations—with one exception—it's a true story. The media asked: Why would a group of kids who already had designer clothes, money, cars, and status take such risks? Award-winning journalist Nancy Jo Sales found the answer: They did it because they could. And because it was easy. The Bling Ring: How a Gang of Fame-Obsessed Teens Ripped Off Hollywood and Shocked the World is a shocking look at the seedy world of the real young Hollywood.
In 2006, I wrote Gil Scott-Heron while he was incarcerated in Collins Correctional Facility. In his response, he told me to always write and to share my words with the world. Shortly thereafter, I created my blog, Just My Thoughts. For almost a decade ive utilized that blog as a personal journal to document my experiences growing as a black woman in Baltimore, MD. This book is a adaption of that blog. Thank you for reading.
Ex-CIA operative Lacey Montgomery is a liar, a murderer, and a fugitive—or is she? Former Green Beret Jim Micah must either prove her innocence or bring her to justice. Too bad his heart won't stay out of the way. With a little girl's life and national secrets hanging in the balance, Jim and Lacey must trust God to help them flee the secrets of the night.
Gamma Rae’s one true love is already dead, and her best friend was demoted to being a glorified janitor after a series of what seemed like strategic crimes against humanity. Most people wouldn’t call this winning, but sometimes when you’re in the middle of a genocidal war that you started with the ugliest people in the city, you’ll take what you can get. Collects PRETTY VIOLENT #7-11
Présentation de l'éditeur - Dingleberry Haze (1994) - Use Your Fingers (1995) - One Fierce Beer Coaster (1996) - Hooray for Boobies (1999) - Hefty Fine (2005) - Show Us Your Hits (2011) - Singles
Follows the experiences of Binky, Sheba, Akbar, and Jeff, relating their advice on first-date no-nos, quirky love secrets, and profound thoughts on ridiculous concepts
Beating Them at Their Own Game charts how Irish players, managers and business people have come to have a disproportionate influence on soccer in the UK. An entertaining survey of the growing prominence of Irish figures from the post-war period to the present day, it chronicles the period of time in which soccer in Ireland has evolved from being derided as a foreign and essentially Anglo-Saxon game that no true Irishman would play to a beloved sport that inspires almost religious following. Not only have the Irish taken soccer to their heart, they have taught the nation that gave the game - the same nation that ruled them for 800 years - how to play it. From Pat Jennings to Martin O Neill, Kevin Moran, Frank Stapleton, David O'Leary, Mick McCarthy, to Niall Quinn and Roy and Robbie Keane, in Beating Them at Their Own Game Patrick West documents how Irish players have in many ways changed and shaped English soccer over the last forty years. Launched by former Republic Of Ireland manager Eoin Hand, the book also deals with the success of Northern Irish players - George Best, Sammy McIlroy and Norman Whiteside - the consummation of Ireland's ascendancy with their victory over England in the 1988 European Championships; Tony Cascarino's admission that he is not Irish; and the debates about how Irish the international team was and is; and the way in which the favor has been returned, with Jack Charlton and now Bobby Robson coaching the Irish side. On another level it is a microcosm of how Ireland and Anglo-Irish relations have changed in recent years; how Ireland has become more multiracial and tolerant of foreign games; and how the English have lost their ancient hostility towards the Irish and come to view them increasingly as allies and neighbors. Although Patrick West is British, he writes emphatically (and flatteringly) of his admiration of Irish sporting culture, following a tradition of Bill Bryson on England and Pete McCarthy on Ireland. Image courtesy of Fionnba
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WHATEVER HAPPENED TO FLASH THOMPSON? A powerful story taking Peter Parker's former nemesis and Spider-Man's biggest fan from the avenues of New York to the war-torn Middle East along with his fellow brothers in the US Army. And then, as the Mayoral election ramps up, gang activity is at an all time high... and Mr. Negative's newest enforcer, Hammerhead, works to bring all the gangs under one banner - or else! With some of the kids from Aunt May's F.E.A.S.T. center caught in the crossfire, Spidey stands up to his old foe... but Hammerhead's got some new tricks and even Spider-Man can't stop him this time! Collects Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #574-577.
The wondrous wall-crawlers long-running newspaper strip by Stan Lee, John Romita, and others is given the deluxe Library of American Comics treatment, with all Sundays in color and integrated with the dailies just as they originally appeared in newspapers worldwide. The first book in our classic Spider-Man newspaper strip series collects every daily and Sunday from the beginning in January 1977 through the end of 1978. Every Sunday includes the rarely-seen top-tier logos, exactly as they appeared in newspapers.
In the cyberpunk future, the Worlds Welfare Work Association is an important weapon against crime. 3WA's best operatives, Kei and Yuri - the Lovely Angels - also have a reputation for causing catastrophe in the execution of their duties, and have earned a new nickname: the Dirty Pair.
Sadly my mum and dad are splitting up which leaves me out, this is such a disaster. They have to decide who is going to keep me and my other annoying, troublemaker sister "Chanel." Only one of them can have me which is a pitty!