Imagine Ben Affleck being asked to come to an audition in tight sexy pants. Imagine him getting dumped by his agent because he refused.
What kind of a house of mirrors world is that? 531 more words
Well, I never thought I’d be writing a blog post about Rachel Dolezal in Entertaining Welsey Shaw. But it occurred to me this morning, while I was watching espresso being coaxed out of the machine in my kitchen, that there is a connection to my novel, and a strong one, too. 493 more words
In the novel Entertaining Welsey Shaw, Welsey is the biggest movie star in the world at the moment. Famous since ten, she has made dozens of movies of all sorts, from airy comedies to serious dramas, has won lots of awards, and never undertakes the same sort of project twice. 1,004 more words
This may not seem to have much to do with Entertaining Welsey Shaw, which I’ll just remind everyone is the story of two types of people who normally never meet—and what happens after they do. 604 more words
David Hasselhoff requires a life-sized cutout of himself in his dressing room if you want to hire him.
Kanye West wants an all-white room and an eight-thousand dollar bed and personal chef for his daughter North. 423 more words