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Celebrity sTalker: Stories From a Woman Who Thinks Celebrities Are Dying to Talk to Her. Only They Aren't. Paperback – December 11, 2012
About the Author
You’ve probably seen Suzy Soro on television. Either on Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, or stand-up shows like Comic Strip Live, Caroline’s Comedy Hour, Star Search, and an Evening at the Improv. No need to tell her these are all old shows. Her agent reminds her of this daily. She worked with both the USO and MWR and did comedy tours of duty in Germany, Holland, Macedonia, Serbia, South Korea, Johnston Atoll, and Japan. She also starred and toured for eight years with her stand-up group, Single, Married & Divorced. She played Divorced. What a surprise. She has been blogging since 2006 at http://www.WhereHotComestoDie.com, And only keeps at it because she’s not a quitter. She’s on Twitter @hotcomestodie and also on Facebook. Reluctantly.
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Top customer reviews
And, you are a VERY funny woman.
So, buy the book. It's great. Buy 1,000 copies and share them with your friends.
I was disappointed, only because it was over too soon. Now I'm known for having a voracious appetite when it comes to books; public libraries have named wings after me due to the frequency of my appearances, nobody will ever help me move again because my own personal library is even larger, and Amazon sends me Get Well emails if I haven't bought a book in two days. Simply put, I blew through this book. Maybe it was because I was laughing...a lot...out loud at times, and couldn't wait to flip over just one more page. Maybe it was the one serious chapter of the book; Suzy's friendship with Phil Hartman, his wife Brynn and their tragic deaths. It revealed a human, compassionate side to Suzy that most comics have, but often not displayed. As I shut down my Kindle that first reading session, I was a bit shocked to see the 41% read on the Kindle stat bar. I really couldn't have read that much in twenty minutes, could I? When I realized it was 2 AM and not the 11 PM my inner time clock thought it was, I headed to bed with a large smile. Time does fly when you're having fun.
When it comes to comedy, I'm the nastiest critic if something is labeled comedy, and it doesn't make me laugh. After all, it's how I made my living my adult life; from performing comedy to writing comedy to booking comedy to producing comedy. Trust me, you can't survive, much less make a living from the art, if you don't recognize and understand the funny. Those comedy standards hold true in the written word too. Some authors always made me laugh. Erma Bombeck did. So does Carl Hiaasen and Tim Dorsey in the modern comedy-mystery genre. There are many more. Now you can add Suzy Soro to that list, not because she is someone I know who wrote a book; I have many friends with that label, but because she wrote a book that mostly made me laugh, occasionally gave glimpses into her wonderful heart, took me on a journey of some paths I envied, and overall, made time stand still with enjoyment.
As Siskel and Ebert would've said, "We can't give it a thumbs up, because we're dead". I say, who cares what they thought, they were movie critics, this is a book. I recommend it.