Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Conversation Piece, On Writing a Hollywood Novel: A Chat in two parts with Vickie Lester and George Kaplan
We’re back with Vickie Lester and George Kaplan, on writing sex, and various things Hollywood
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Tags#amwriting #itsinhiskiss #mynovel a novel by Vickie Lester bed of roses Constance Bennett my novel populted with people real and imaginary rise and shine the glamorous life
This is how I awake every morning. And yes, my hair looks just like that.
If I had a coverlet like that on my bed it would end up in a slippery satin heap on the floor in about two seconds! I’d show you what my hair looks like right now, but I don’t want to frighten the children 😉 .
Ha ha! I hear you, sistah!
… and of course, not a smidgen of lipstick on the pillowcase anywhere… (as if) 8-P
That’s right…in movie-life one always wakes with perfectly applied eyeliner and lipstick!
A bed of roses never sounded like a comfortable way to sleep or wake — all those thorns!
I have a feeling Ms. Constance Bennett (quite the QUEEN bee) would have had them removed by staff before being artfully strewn 😉 .
Probably true. My staff isn’t quite so, ummm, willing.
Sending soothing thoughts to you, mahvellous Ms Lester. Oh, and a dozen long-stemmed imaginary roses that you may scatter on the bed or not as you see fit!
Fret not about your hair, mine probably looks at the moment like a cross between Robert Smith of The Cure’s and Bruce Robinson’s after being caught in a wind tunnel!
The tousled look has much to recommend. Love the roses and soothing thoughts!
And self-publicizing, as well, I would hazard a guess. 🙁
Self-publicizing—don’t get me started! Talk about thorny…
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