2005
11.11

I’ve always doubted my ability to become a writer. I read a lot of books and have feelings that I am just not good enough. However, last night all of my insecurities were vanquished. It really pained me to place these books on prominent display, but unfortunately it is a job requirement.

The first book, authored by Nicole Richie, is apparently a novel about a girl who was adopted by a musician, and her life growing up around celebrities. It makes you wonder if it is actually a fiction novel or just a biography. It sounds vaguely familiar to Pamela Anderson’s novels. Click here to read the book description.

And on a slightly less intellectual level is the next book: Your Heiress Diary: Confess It All to Me, a journal by Paris Hilton. If it weren’t for the fact that no mother in her right mind would buy her daughter a product from Paris Hilton, you would think this book to be geared towards twelve-year-olds. However, it is an adult book. This proves that she really can do anything, however asinine the endeavor.

Don’t forget Paris’ first book (which apparently was on a best seller list), Confessions of an Heiress. She has the ability to write captions to photos.

Moral of the story: If you are famous for being rich, or your father was a popular musician in the 1980’s, you too can get published.

  1. Leave Nicole Richie alone! It must have taken her a long time to come up with that innovative subject theme!

    And what’s wrong with coming up with captions for photos? :)

    Welcome aboard, great read!

  2. Hah!! It’s shocking how once you’re famous you can do anything!! Doesn’t seem fair really.
    I might have a read of Nicole’s if I’m bored and can’t find another book.. sounds like shes written it based on her life.
    Congrats on joining TheDeadEnd.net Arleigh! :)

  3. That’s so HOT!!!

  4. haha- so true. I hate both of those girls – anyone famous for being rich… shouldn’t be famous.

  5. what bothers me the most is that somewhere out there, SOMEONE will buy it. or maybe its the fact that someone published it to begin with…. *yaks*

  6. I thought the same thing when I first found out too. If they can do it, I can do it.