Come to the Edge
“Forget what you think you know about celebrity memoir. This is a love story, one of whose protagonists, yes, happens to be one of the most famous men in American story -- but that's almost not important to this memoir. Christina Haag writes movingly of first love, grief, the theatre, and New York City. She reads her own memoir, too, and as an accomplished stage actress she does so beautifully. ”Claire, East City Bookshop
Stories I Only Tell My Friends
Actor Rob Lowe's memoir presents a wryly funny and surprisingly moving account of an extraordinary life lived almost entirely in the public eye.
A teen idol at fifteen, an international icon and founder of the Brat Pack at twenty, and one of Hollywood's top stars to this day, Rob Lowe chronicles his experiences as a painfully misunderstood child...
On the heels of his New York Times bestselling Stories I Only Tell My Friends, Rob Lowe is back with an entertaining collection that “invites readers into his world with easy charm and disarming frankness” (Kirkus Reviews).
After the incredible response to his acclaimed bestseller, Stories I Only Tell My Friends, Rob Lowe was convinced to mine... Read more »
Dear Mr. You
“Quirky, smart, playful, trippy at times - this is exactly how I imagine Mary-Louise Parker to be, and it's how her book is, too. This is a book full of heart and tenderness, heart-breaking at times, witty at others. It was fascinating to get an insight into who Mary-Louise Parker was before she was MARY-LOUISE PARKER, too - incapable of learning to juggle in what might be my favourite chapter, perennially unpopular at school. Hope for us all, maybe?”Claire, East City Bookshop
A Little Bit Wicked
"Life's too short. I'm not." You might know her as a Tony Award-winning Broadway star, who originated the role of Galinda the Good Witch in the smash musical Wicked and won a Tony for 1999's You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Or you may recognize her from her starring roles on TV-The West Wing, Pushing Daisies, Sesame Street...oh, and her huge... Read more »