This is my wife's new book. Her name is at the top. There are some things about me in this book. Special things - secret things - that you will want to know. Things that you will never learn at Zombie Mikado, no matter how often you keep coming back and hoping. You should buy this book at Amazon. It is also available as an e-book. As far as I know it's in most Barnes and Nobles, at least around here, in the New Arrivals 20%-off pile. If you go to Amazon to learn more about this book you will find that there are other books by Valerie Frankel. Her two memoirs are the best. You will like her other books only if you are... you know, not a man. Or sort of not like a man. You will find some books by Valerie Estelle Frankel, author of the "Harry Potty" series. Not the same person. One book that you will not find by searching for VALERIE FRANKEL at Amazon is this: You didn't actually think that Snooki wrote this? A book? Snooki can't write books! She can write her name inside the cover of one, and draw a little heart, but the actual putting together of sentences required a writer, and Val was not ashamed. It was successful enough for a sequel. And so it has been written; so it shall be done. But I don't know when it is supposed to be unleashed.
Did you know that a Three Stooges movie is being made? Not a biography - a contemporary feature for movie theaters with actors playing the Moe, Larry, and Curly characters; written and directed by the Farrelly brothers (Dumb and Dumber; There's Something About Mary). The story seems to be that the Stooges are determined to save the orphanage in which they were raised - by nuns - and end up going for the big bucks by starring in a TV reality show. SNOOKI IS SIGNED ON FOR A CAMEO IN THIS FILM. Here is Youtube footage of a scene being shot in Atlanta, taken from across the street, with the actors behaving fairly Howard, Fine, and Howard-ish.
The Stooges raised by nuns! What a concept! That would explain a lot - about Moe particularly. Anyways, this fake Stooges movie thing seems like a lousy idea but I of course CAN NOT WAIT and will absolutely go to a SAG screening before it opens April 4 and the reviews come out.