33. But Enough About Me: A Jersey Girl's Unlikely Adventures Among the Absurdly Famous by Jancee Dunn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A very funny, entertaining read with stories from the author's life interwoven with celebrity tales.
If you want to interview famous people for a living, you should read this book. Dunn incorporates lots of hilarious yet practical tips for keeping a celeb's attention, when to ask the the tough questions, how and how not to break the ice, etc.
With 15 years of reporting for Rolling Stone under her belt, she's accumulated a lot of great stories.
Her family stories are just as engaging though as they take you along for the ride from Jersey to Rolling Stone to time as an MTV VJ and beyond.
A year ago on TTaT: Fractional Storytelling #5