Book Review: "Unfamous" by Emma Morgan
It's the story of a b-list celebrity who discovers she's heir to an outrageously rich, and outrageously glamorous Hollywood dynasty.
In an attempt to prove her birthright she turns to the world she knows best, the tabloid media.
The book captures the tone and voice of the gossipy half-truths and innuendo of the showbiz media and central character Stacey Blyth proves to be as hilarious as any half-witted aspiring WAG.
Admittedly, I'm biased - but I found it a genuinely fun and funny read (don't tell her I said that, she'll be embarrassed).
UPDATE: I did a lil' blog about how we converted the Word doc to Kindle e-book. End of update.
About Emma Morgan
Emma has worked as a journalist since she was 17, writing for NME, Select Magazine, BANG! MAgazine, DVD Review, Total Film, ELLE, Xfm Online, ODEON Magazine and SKY Movies Magazine. She wrote "The Robbie Williams Story" for Carlton Books. "Unfamous" is her first work of fiction. She blogs at emmamorganauthor.com
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