At this point, you could tell me that James Franco has decided to shun most of his worldly possessions and move to a remote village in Australia where he will post 5 seconds videos to Instagram everyday of himself playing the didgeridoo and I’d be like, “Yeah, that sounds right.”
So it comes as no surprised to anyone that James has written a book of poetry entitle, Straight James / Gay James.
You know what, why don’t I just let the book’s description from Amazon explain what it’s about. Read More »
Are you guys ready for this? Cause this is the big time.
Because we love you readers so much, and Jackie Collins loves you guys so much and we KNOW you’ll love her newest novel The Santangelos so much, we are giving away perhaps the greatest prize in the world: a fully-escorted Hawaii four-island tour for two, including round trip airfare and hotel accommodations for 12 nights!
No really! And it’s super easy to enter! What are you waiting for? Do it now! Read More »
We have not seen the last of Clarissa Darling!
Clarissa Explains It All may have ended 20-years ago, but a new story chroniciling the New York life of a mid-20′s Clarissa Darling is being created by original show creator, Mitchell Kriegman.
Kriegman sat down recently with The A.V. Club to discuss his newest YA novel, Being Audrey Hepburn, but did not shy away from discussing the more pressing matter of what ever happened with that Clarissa book we first heard news of in 2013.
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Or should I say “colouring book”.
You guys are familiar with the magical work of Mel Simone Elliott, aka I Love Mel, right? She’s the lady who has brought us the Ryan Gosling coloring book, the Color Me Swoon coloring book featuring hot dudes and even the Benedict Cumberbatch one.
Well now she’s back with her latest book, Colour Me Good Tom Hiddleston. Yes, you can now color Tom Hiddleston. And oh my god, the artwork is awesome. Read More »
Neil Patrick Harris delighted the world when he announced this week he is releasing an autobiography later this year, Choose Your Own Autobiography.
According to the book’s official website, “In this revolutionary, Joycean experiment in light celebrity narrative, actor/personality/carbon-based life-form Neil Patrick Harris lets you, the reader, live his life.” The book, set to release October 14, 2014 and currently available for pre-order, offers a break from the formulaic celebrity memoir and offers readers a chance to join the narrative.
NPH joins a trend of actors becoming writers, in fact, this year we have seen Bob Saget, Candace Cameron Bure, Jason Priestley, and more ’90s stars publish memoirs and self-help books. Launch the gallery for a look at more stars who offer comedic retellings of life experiences, as well as expert advice and misinformed opinions on how to live a better life.