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The Ten, Make That Nine, Habits of Very Organized People. Make That Ten.: The Tweets of Steve Martin Flexibound – February 21, 2012
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About the Author
Steve Martin is a legendary writer, actor, and performer. His film credits include Father of the Bride, Parenthood, The Spanish Prisoner, and Bringing Down the House, as well as Roxanne, L.A. Story, and Bowfinger, for which he also wrote the screenplays. He's won Emmys for his television writing and two Grammys for comedy albums. In addition to a play, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, he has written a bestselling collection of comic pieces, Pure Drivel, and a bestselling novella, Shopgirl, which was made into a movie. His work appears frequently in The New Yorker and The New York Times.
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My only complaint is, for the price, it would be nice if the book had a bit more content. It's small and thin, somewhere in between one of those little gift books and a regular trade paperback and only a hundred pages with maybe about two or three tweets per page. So the list price is perhaps a bit steep for what's basically a glorified gift book, even if it is by Steve Martin. But if you're a Steve Martin fan like I am, it's worth it, especially if you can pick it up on sale like I did here. :)
I read his novella, "Shopgirl" though I think he developed the characters and conflict further in the movie.
His novel, "The Pleasure of My Company" was fantastic, I have read it three times. He reads the book himself in the audiobook version, which is also a great performance.
I read his recent novel about the Art world in New York, "An Object of Beauty" and I was gripped by the main character and torn by her ethics. Too bad the audiobook version is not read by Steve Martin, I couldn't get into the voice.
Thank you and More Please, Steve!