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Roseanne Barr on Being a Mom

I know how to do anything. I’m a mom. -€” Roseanne Barr

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Margaret Cho on the Deepest Truth

Laughing is an expression of beauty because it can’t be faked. Something is funny when it’s deeply truthful. The funniest thing is a deep truth that is undeniable. — Margaret Cho

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David Attenborough on the Art of Storytelling

I firmly believe that the art of storytelling will never change. If you tell a good story, people will hang on your words. — David Attenborough That’s how you attract attention and sell more books: Tell Good Stories! — John Kremer

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Ricky Gervais on How He Learned to Write

The key bit of advice that comedian and scriptwriter Ricky Gervais received as a young man is important: Write about what you know. That’s true for nonfiction as well as fiction. That’s true for poetry as well as children’s books. That’s true for social media shares as well as blog posts. That’s true for when […]

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Jennifer Lawrence on Working Out

When I’m not working, I am the laziest person. I can literally lie on a couch and watch television for 15 hours. I hate people who say, “Oh, I’m addicted to working out.” I just want to punch those people in the face. — Jennifer Lawrence #Fitness Matters When I’m not working, I am the […]

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John Barrymore on Happiness

Happiness often sneaks in through a door you didn’t know you left open. – John Barrymore, actor  

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Lady Gaga’s Artpop Chair

One of my favorite galleries for super exclusive 21st century design pieces is Industry Gallery in New York, Washington DC, and Los Angeles. In fact, its owner, Craig Appelbaum, is a very dear friend of mine. I feature Industry Gallery in my book, and constantly use their pieces in my designs, because the artists and […]

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The Quotable Walt Disney: The Way to Get Started

Great advice for anyone doing publicity or book marketing . . . The way to get started is to stop talking and start doing. – Walt Disney

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