Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Mommywood by Tori Spelling

The third Tori Spelling book I’ve read in the last month or so.

This one is about her life as a mom raising children in Los Angeles, Hollywood-style. She writes about wanting her kids to have a normal life even though they are living in a very un-normal place. She’s pretty honest about her struggles and questions…and sometimes a bit too honest about the intimate aspects of her life (please edit out those details next time, Tori! Thanks!).

Believe me, I did not think that 2010 would be the year that I read three books by Tori Spelling. What made these books so interesting to me? They were easy to read, and entertaining. She’s a good storyteller (or should I write sTORI teller?) and can laugh at herself. But more than that, Spelling actually seems to be pretty aware of her emotional life and I can appreciate that.


Notorious MLE said...

I am totally addicted to Celebrity Memoirs. I suggest Kathy Griffin's. It was suprisingly touching.

Emily Gee-Clark said...

But did she have good SPELLING? Hahahahaha.