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Fisher also ponders the joys and insanity of celebrity, and the absurdity of a life spawned by Hollywood royalty, only to be surpassed by her own outer-space royalty. The princess diarist is an intimate, hilarious, and revealing recollection of what happened behind the scenes on one of the most famous film sets of all time.
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With these excerpts from her handwritten notebooks, The Princess Diarist is Fisher’s intimate and revealing recollection of what happened on one of the most famous film sets of all time—and what developed behind the scenes.
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The stunned public turned for solace to debbie’s only remaining child, Todd Fisher, who somehow retained his grace and composure under the glare of the media spotlight as he struggled with his own overwhelming grief. The son of "america’s sweethearts" Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher, Todd grew up amid the glamorous wealth and pretense of Hollywood.
The princess Diarist. A revelatory and touching tribute to the lives of carrie fisher and Debbie Reynolds written by the person who knew them best, Todd Fisher’s poignant memoir is filled with moving stories of growing up among Hollywood royalty and illustrated with never-before-seen photos and memorabilia.
My Girls: A Lifetime with Carrie and Debbie #ad - In december 2016, the world was shaken by the sudden deaths of Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds, two unspeakable losses that occurred in less than twenty-four hours. Thanks to his funny, his own man, loving, talent, and to his sister through her meteoric rise to stardom and her struggle with demons that never diminished her humor, but always close to his cherished mom, Todd remained down to earth, no-nonsense mother, or spirit.
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Postcards from the EdgeSimon & Schuster #ad - Suzanne, a patient in a drug rehabilitation clinic, strives to gain control of her life in a look at the dangers--and delights--of all addictions. This bestselling hollywood novel by the witty author of Wishful Drinking and Shockaholic that was made into a movie starring Meryl Streep and Shirley MacLaine.
When we first meet the extraordinary young actress Suzanne Vale, she’s feeling like “something on the bottom of someone’s shoe, and not even someone interesting. Suzanne is in the harrowing and hilarious throes of drug rehabilitation, trying to understand what happened to her life and how she managed to land in a “drug hospital.
Postcards from the Edge #ad - Just as fisher’s first film role—the precocious teenager in Shampoo—echoed her own Beverly Hills upbringing, her first book is set within the world she knows better than anyone else: Hollywood. It is a revealing look at the dangers—and delights—of all our addictions, from money and success to sex and insecurity.
Simon Schuster. Postcards from the Edge is more than a book about stardom and drugs. This stunning literary debut chronicles Suzanne’s vivid, excruciatingly funny experiences inside the clinic and as she comes to terms with life in the outside world. The princess Diarist.
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Simon Schuster. Simon Schuster. Covering a broad range of topics—from never-before-heard tales of hollywood gossip to outrageous moments of celebrity desperation; from alcoholism to illegal drug use; from the familial relationships of Hollywood royalty to scandalous run-ins with noteworthy politicians; from shock therapy to talk therapy—Carrie Fisher gives an intimate portrait of herself, and she’s one of the most indelible and powerful forces in culture at large today.
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We follow fisher’s acting career, the hit movie that defined mid-1970s Hollywood, from her debut in Shampoo, to her seizing of the plum female role in Star Wars, which catapulted her to instant fame. Simon Schuster. Suzanne, a patient in a drug rehabilitation clinic, strives to gain control of her life in a look at the dangers--and delights--of all addictions.
Carrie Fisher: A Life on the Edge #ad - As one of her best friends said, “i almost wish the expression ‘one of a kind’ didn’t exist, because it applies to Carrie in a deeper way than it applies to others. Sourced by friends, but mostly as herself―was a feminist heroine, and witnesses to all stages of Fisher’s life, colleagues, Carrie Fisher: A Life on the Edge is an empathic and even-handed portrayal of a woman who―as Princess Leia, one who died at a time when we need her blazing, healing honesty more than ever.
We witness her startling leap―on the heels of a near-fatal overdose―from actress to highly praised, bestselling author, the Dorothy Parker of her place and time. Weller sympathetically reveals the conditions that Fisher lived with: serious bipolar disorder and an inherited drug addiction. Still, a script doctor, her life’s work―as an actor, a novelist and memoirist, a hostess, despite crises and overdoses, and a friend―was prodigious and unique.