The first meeting we knew it was magic
(PRWEB) August 5, 2004
Pamela Anderson, a television celebrity, has a new best friend: her ghostwriter. The 37-year-old model-actress added novelist to her resume Tuesday with the release of "Star," published by Atria Books. However, the former "Baywatch" babe didn't do it alone.
"The first meeting we knew it was magic," Pamela Anderson told The Associated Press about her not-so-invisible ghostwriter Eric Shaw Quinn. Pamela Anderson and Quinn were introduced by Pam Anderson's publisher after she decided not to write an autobiography, opting for a fictionalized version of her life filled with not-so-subtle coincidences.
A few examples: Anderson's textual counterpart Star Wood Leigh is discovered on the jumbotron at a Miami Dolphins sports game. Anderson was discovered on the jumbotron at a British Columbia Lions game. Star posed for Mann magazine. Anderson took it off for Playboy. Star slept with rockers and Hollywood-types. Pamela Anderson did that, too.
Quinn sat side-by-side Monday with Pamela Anderson at a book signing at the Barnes and Noble store in Rockefeller Center. Pamela Anderson twirled for dozens of photographers and signed books for hundreds of fans. Quinn seemed just happy to be there.
"This is my ghostwriter," Pamela Anderson, fashion guru yelled to the photographers. "Don't tell anybody!" Continue reading the article about Pamela Anderson at Xposed Magazine.
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