1. But the stories you wrote in your book are no longer your stories. You sold them.

    — Erica Heller’s ex-husband on her new book, Yossarian Slept Here: When Joseph Heller Was Dad, the Apthorp Was Home, and Life Was a Catch-22.

    (Source: The Huffington Post)

  2. A political memoir slash campaign diary slash position paper slash rallying cry slash fiction

    According to The Huffington Post, the copyright page of the e-versions of Christine O’Donnell’s new book state that it ‘is, in fact, a novel.’

    A disclaimer reads: 

    This is a work of fiction. All of the characters, organizations and events portrayed in this novel are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.”

    Good thing O’Donnell didn’t get picked for Oprah’s book club because Oprah would never let her walk off that interview. 

  3. Watch what happens when I bludgeon a brand to death

Andy Cohen to release memoirs in 2012. Other possible titles:
I’m out so Anderson Cooper doesn’t have to be
Bravo and Me
Housewives, TV and Twinks, oh my!

    Watch what happens when I bludgeon a brand to death

    Andy Cohen to release memoirs in 2012. Other possible titles:

    I’m out so Anderson Cooper doesn’t have to be

    Bravo and Me

    Housewives, TV and Twinks, oh my!

  4. SEX & THE C-SPAN

In his new memoirs, Stories I Only Tell My Friends, Rob Lowe explains how he used C-SPAN to track down a woman who would become his lover: Fawn Hall.
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    SEX & THE C-SPAN

    In his new memoirs, Stories I Only Tell My Friends, Rob Lowe explains how he used C-SPAN to track down a woman who would become his lover: Fawn Hall.

    [Read more.]