02 July 2009

Booking Through Thursday.

Do you read celebrity memoirs? Which ones have you read or do you want to read?
Which nonexistent celebrity memoirs would you like to see?

Do I read celebrity memoirs? Yes, I suppose I have...A few years back I read Steven Regal's "Walking A Golden Mile." I've also read both of Lewis Black's books (wait, do those count as memoirs?!) which I found to be very interesting, to say the least. I think that is it. Non-existent memoirs...I don't know. Hrmm, I've sat here for about ten minutes now trying to think of someone, but no one comes to mind right now who is truly interesting enough for me to want to read their memoir. So, my post is over. :p

3 comments:

Moony said...

Most celebrities' memoirs don't entice me enough to read them, but there have been a few keepers that I've come across. Gracie: A Love Story by George Burns was really good, and often funny.

Tina Kubala said...

Lewis Black is awesome. I bet you could see his finger pointing and that vain popping out of his head when he's irradiated

Phantom Inkheart said...

Moony: I think I may check that out, my mom talks about George Burns from time to time, it'd be interesting to learn more about him, and she'd probably enjoy it as well.

Tina: LOL, I bet he'd be yelling, too! :p