But enough about me

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Headline Book Publishing, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 312 pages
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Jancee Dunn has used Madonna's loo, hung out with Brad Pitt in his trailer, had a good look in Dolly Parton's kitchen cupboards and been mistaken for Ben Affleck's latest squeeze. But how did this small-town girl with no college degree and too much make-up get to meet some of the world's most famous peeps? BUT ENOUGH ABOUT ME is Jancee's tale of how ndash; thanks to a spot of 'demented kismet' and despite a really bad perm ndash; she landed her dream job at Rolling Stone magazine and was promptly ushered behind the velvet rope of Celebsville. She was soon plunged head first into the booze-soaked rock 'n' roll lifestyle ndash; trading her good-girl suburban past for late nights and guys with tattoos. But then a chance meeting helped her to appreciate where she came from, who she was and what she wanted to be. Riotously funny, tremendously touching and packed full of celeb encounters, BUT ENOUGH ABOUT ME is the story of an outsider on the inside who found a way to have the best of both worlds.

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“How could I cultivate a new, hip persona when I lived with my parents in a New Jersey suburb and wore black leggings as pants?” Jancee Dunn's memoir is a wonderful combination of interviewing tips ... Read full review


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