By Jason Boog posted from www.mediabistro.com/ When novelist Jackie Collins revealed she would self-publish a book for her fans (during a So What Do You Do? interview with Mediabistro), the article generated thousands of responses around the Internet. Collins herself has written a blog post about the project, reassuring her readers: “I have fantastic relationships with my two publishers, Simon & Schuster UK and St.

By Jamey Giddens posted from popconfidential.zap2it.com Every media professional has his or her ultimate icon. Oprah has Maya Angelou. Tyler Perry has Oprah. For me, that person is mega best-selling author Jackie Collins. From the moment I first watched the steamy, sudsy 1990 miniseries Lucky Chances, and then begged my grandmother to take me to the nearest town with a Walden Books so I could buy the two novels it

By Elizabeth Brown posted from The Frugal eReader The best-selling novel by Jackie Collins is back, and fierce as ever! Las Vegas. A carousel town set in the middle of the desert. Blazing neon signs promise all the vices known to man, and then some. Devastatingly handsome ladies’ man Nico Constantine hits town to make

Interview by Jeff Rivera. Reposted from mediabistro.com With 400 million copies sold worldwide, 27 New York Timesbestsellers, and nine movies and mini-series based on her work, Jackie Collins has become the public’s go-to gal for a glimpse into the world of the A-list elite. “If you have never been to Hollywood and you’re going to

Big news in GalleyCat about Jackie’s plans to self-publish. Article by Jeff Rivera. In our forthcoming So What Do You Do? interview with mega-bestselling author Jackie Collins, she reveals exclusively to us, that within the next three weeks she will release an eBook for The Bitch, a complete rewrite of her previous version of the novel, with a price point

Sheknows asked  Jackie about her 5 favorite things. Join in the fun: What Does Author Jackie Collins Love? It’s no secret Jackie Collins loves writing. Her 28th book, Goddess of Vengeance, will be released in paperback Feb. 28. SheKnows wanted to know what else she loves.. SheKnows wanted to know: What are internationally best selling author

Fun interview with Jackie from the Downtown Project. Jackie Collins, New York Times best-selling author and perhaps the ultimate Hollywood insider, spends most of her time in Los Angeles, but a few weeks out of every year she makes her rounds in New York City.  The Downtown Project caught Jackie on her way to the Big Apple

The George Wayne Questionnaire

Wednesday, 08 February 2012 by
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Just found this article on Vanity Fair, which is very funny. I’ve reposted it for you below. Enjoy! Link to Original Article by George Wayne. Reposted with permission. Sure, no question is off-limits for George Wayne, our famous cultural arbiter and Q&A correspondent. But that’s doubly true for his special VF.com questionnaire, in which his

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Originally appeared in Galaxy National Book Awards UPDATE: Click here to watch Jackie’s acceptance speech video. A Jackie Collins novel is an excellent template for life. Family must be cherished and protected at all costs, time and care must be put into precious relationships and kindness is usually repaid with loyalty…Jackie celebrates the brave, intelligent

All plotlines lead to Vegas in this latest installment of Collins’ saga of the irrepressible and seemingly immortal Lucky Santangelo. Lucky is convening her family at The Keys, her lavish hotel/casino/condo empire in Las Vegas. The occasion is the 18th birthday of Max, her daughter with latest husband (and soul mate) Lennie. Son Bobby, wildly successful as

Where I Go: Jackie Collins

Friday, 21 October 2011 by

Originally appeared in Vanity Fair Magazine Chanel, Cristal, and the Champs-Élysées! Best-selling author Jackie Collins, whose 28th novel, Goddess of Vengeance, was published this fall, has a thing for the City of Lights. She shares her people-watching secrets (wine pairings included). Q&A by Anthony Rotunno and Dana Mathews To get away from it all, I go to … Paris, because it’s dark, funky,

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