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Cocktail Waitress Wisdom: Life lessons learned while carrying a tray in Las Vegas Paperback – August 20, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
The print is really big (no need for a special "large-print" version), the margins are generous, and there are a number of blank pages. It's still barely big enough to be bound as a trade paperback, rather than a pamphlet. I didn't even bother reading it when it first arrived, being disappointed at this paltry effort by someone who has an energetic radio style, and is strong in public appearances.
So why not a 1 star review?
What there is here is really pretty good. It is a little too filtered and truncated, but there is the germ of a good book here. You do get a little insight into the lives of the ladies you see pushing drinks in the casinos. And, there is some real hard-earned wisdom dished out too.
Too bad Heidi Harris didn't keep this to herself and use it as the concept for a REAL book, using a ghost writer if necessary to translate her years of experience in one of life's tougher corners into something deeper and more revealing. There is a promised "sequel", which could, I suppose, be that book. If it fulfills the promise of this little "teaser", I hope this version won't prejudice the public against giving it a serious look.
Worth reading? Definitely yes, if you've got 20 minutes (tops). Worth the price? Not really - just too little here.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved the book. It was fun to read and had executed what it needed to. I didn't need to read 200 pages of what could be concisely said with such wit. A must buy!!!Published on April 1, 2012 by DD
Not worth the paper it's printed on. Nothing interesting or even funny. Banal. Trite. Useless. Wish it was thicker then at least I could have gotten a decent doorstop out of it. Read morePublished on July 20, 2011 by Alfonso Wentworth
I listen to Heidi Harris just about every morning. She could have written a lot more and wish she would have. Read morePublished on April 22, 2011 by mesham
It is not a bad book I enjoy all of the stories, however, some of the advice was not so great. It took me just about twenty minutes to read the entire book. Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by Patricia D. Dobry
This is a 'quick read'. A collection of common sense observations made by Heidi back in her cocktail waitress days. It's info you can apply to any job or relationship. Read morePublished on March 9, 2011 by Tom Molnar