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I Can Hear The Applause: Adult Language...Some Nudity Paperback – November 19, 2010
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"I Can Hear the Applause" has won a Finalist award in the 2011 Next Generation Independent Book Awards in the autobiography category. --2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
About the Author
Lisa Medford and Jeanne Gulbranson are the co-authors of I Can Hear the Applause. Lisa's qualifications to provide a full and accurate life story are (certainly) that she lived it! Lisa told her stories...and Jeanne wrote them. Jeanne Gulbranson has previously written two books on the subjects of building leadership and followership skills. The books, available on www.amazon.com, are Be the Horse or the Jockey and Pink Leadership. Each of Gulbranson's books received the Finalist Award from the 2009 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. Visit www.jeannegulbranson.com for additional information or to contact the authors.
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Enjoyed the realistic view of Las Vegas and Hollywood and Lisa's humor throughout. She is one heck of a "survivor" and like Jackie, who was a gorgeous showgirl herself, stated Lisa remains a true, loyal and generous friend.
The author Jeanne Gulbranson captured Lisa's spirit and honesty which made this "showbiz" era realistic as Lisa unfolds her story.
I really liked the fact that you could read this book without squinting - good clean type, very readable.
I'd recommend this to anyone ... When this book is made into a movie, it'll probably get an R rating - this book isn't for youngsters, but if you're an oldster who enjoyed the shows in Las Vegas back in the day ... you won't put this down.