How to Stop Living for the Applause

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Vine Books, 1990 - Medical - 165 pages
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Contents

The Hidden Addiction
1
If Youre Okay Why Arent I Okay?
11
Traits Shared Games Played
33
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Dennis Hensley is a writer, journalist and columnist for Detour magazine whose beat is celebrity gossip of the Entertainment Weekly or Hard Copy variety. His first novel, Misadventures in the (213), 213 referring to the Los Angeles area code, concerns a gay screenwriter and his fellow creatures of the night as they pursue fame at any cost. The book is written in a fast-paced, Gen-X friendly style that is long on one-liners and pop culture references. In addition to his column, Hensley has contributed articles and profiles to Out and Movieline and is a regular celebrity profiler for Detour.

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