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Kiss My Tiara
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Irreverent, provocative, hip -- and always funny -- this guide to power and attitude offers women an intelligent alternative to the negative messages we hear everyday from the media and our relatives. Gilman serves up uncommon wisdom and practical advice on everything from sex to politics. Chapters include "Beauty Tips from Mental Institutions," "We Don't Shape History by Shaping Our Thighs," "Marriage Ain't Prozac," and "How to Handle Lunatics, Perverts, and Right-Wing Republicans." The book more than earns its subtitle: How to Rule the World as a SmartMouth Goddess.
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Irreverent, provocative, hip -- and always funny -- this guide to power and attitude offers women an intelligent alternative to the negative messages we hear everyday from the media and our relatives. Gilman serves up uncommon wisdom and practical advice on everything from sex to politics. Chapters include "Beauty Tips from Mental Institutions," "We Don't Shape History by Shaping Our Thighs," "Marriage Ain't Prozac," and "How to Handle Lunatics, Perverts, and Right-Wing Republicans." The book more than earns its subtitle: How to Rule the World as a SmartMouth Goddess.

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About Susan Jane

Susan Jane Gilman is the author of the bestsellers "Hypocrite in a Pouffy White Dress" and "Kiss My Tiara." Her newest book, "Undress Me in the Temple of Heaven" was named one Amazon's "Best Books of 2009" and Barnes & Noble's...

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Published Reviews

Mar.26.2009

Susan Jane Gilman's recounting of a trip she took to Asia in 1986 has an edge-of-your-seat quality not common to travel memoirs. She and fellow Brown graduate Claire (not her real name) undertake a year-...

Mar.27.2009

Gilman's standout travel memoir follows the author and her friend Claire as they embark on a backpacking trip through China after graduating from Brown University in the mid-1980s. Gilman's descriptions of...