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SIDE HUSTLIN': Shonda Rhimes Explores The Power of 'Yes' In New Book

Shonda Rhimes is known for tackling the small screen with hits like Scandal, Grey’s Anatomy and How To Get Away With Murder but the superstar show runner took on a different task in 2014 and she’s finally easy to share it with the world . 111 more words

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Shonda Rhimes' "Year Of Yes" Memoir to Be Published by Simon & Schuster this November

Grey’s Anatomy/Scandal/How To Get Away With Murder executive producer Shonda Rhimes will publish her first book with Simon & Schuster in November, according to an announcement today by VP/editor-in-chief… 151 more words

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Shonda Rhimes' Memoir 'Year of Yes' to Arrive This Fall

Shonda Rhimes’ anticipated memoir “Year of Yes” is set to be published this fall, Simon Schuster VP and Editor-in-Chief Marysue Rucci announced on Tuesday.

The premise is simple and an interesting business strategy: In December 2013, the “Gray’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” creator, who was also a self-proclaimed introvert, was challenged to say “yes” to anything unexpected for an entire year. 174 more words

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Shonda Rhimes Sets November Street Date For 'Year Of Yes' Memoir

The Grey’s Anatomy/Scandal/How To Get Away With Murder topper will publish her first book with Simon & Schuster in November, according to an announcement today by VP/editor-in-chief Marysue Rucci. 165 more words

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saying yes to love (otherwise known as finding my family)

If you had known me a few years ago, you may have heard me say “love isn’t real and all people are assholes.”  I stood by this saying and truly, deeply believed it.   874 more words

The Cheesemonger

“If we wait for the moment when everything, absolutely everything is ready, we shall never begin.” Ivan Turbenev

It all started with my adoration of pretty things and witty words and a cheesemonger. 428 more words

saying yes to changing conversations (otherwise known as being busy while good and tired)

“How are you?”
“Good, you?”
“Same.”

I hate to admit it, but I’m an eavesdropper.

Not that I listen in on important conversations that are really none of my business – I’m an observer.   968 more words