A Year in the Life: The Journals of Michelle Wright
A candid, day-by-day account of Michelle Wright's personal thoughts and experiences during 2004, A Year in the Life of Michelle Wright is a catalog of her struggles and triumphs, both public and personal, as she tries to reconcile the demands of being a celebrity with the responsibilities of her private life. With her warm and chatty writing style, Wright invites her readers into the depths of her daily life, giving a captiviating insider's glance into her personal and professional life. Her observations about the nature of the music industry fascinate, as we learn that Wright is painfully aware of this industry's competitive nature. Wright fully understands that in the music business ''pretty good is not good enough.''
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Page 23 - Boat" segment, and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. But I had no sense of perspective and neither did he. When it was over, we just looked at each other and shrugged. "Could've been worse,