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Reality Star President vs. Celebrity Secret Agent

I was just interviewed by Nick Frisone at the Baltimore Media Blog about my writing life and what inspired me to write my new novella starring President Donald Trump and celebrity secret agent Kim Kardashian.

Here's what I said about the two main characters:

In my story, Kim Kardashian’s public persona is actually a cover for her true identity—a highly intelligent, globetrotting secret agent. In the Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.41 · 491 ratings · 125 reviews · 3 distinct works
Russell Wiley is Out to Lunch

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Kim Kardashian Saves The World

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Amanda Filipacchi
“When I asked him for some explanation as to why he wanted to kill me, he said it was because he didn't like his jobs. When I asked him since when had he not liked his jobs, he said since always. When I remarked that he had never told me this, and that I had gotten the impression that he had liked them, he said: "How is that possible? You know me. Do I strike you as stupid or boring?"
"No."
"Then how could you think I would enjoy being an etiquette expert, or a Weight Watchers' counselor, or a stripper? How could you think that someone like me, with my mind, my character, would derive any satisfaction from those things?”
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Amanda Filipacchi
“In my work, I see a lot of women who suffer from low self-esteem. They think they’re unattractive, but the way society today—” “I don’t think I’m unattractive,” she says. “That’s good. That’s great. It’s not something women are always aware of on a conscious level, though. So, I would like you to be open-minded to the possibility that perhaps, deep down, you might be feeling unattractive without being aware of it. And if that’s the case, you might feel there’s no point in even trying to look better.” “Yeah but, no. I don’t think I’m unattractive. And I don’t think it subconsciously either.”
Amanda Filipacchi, The Unfortunate Importance of Beauty

25x33 "Russell Wiley Is Out to Lunch" General Q&A — 10 members — last activity Dec 15, 2010 04:55AM
Author Richard Hine will take questions about his new novel Russell Wiley Is Out to Lunch from November 23, 2010 to December 23, 2010... and will cont ...more
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Delia Hi, Richard,
Thank you for connecting on GR. Look forward to reading your work.
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Delia


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