Bougie in New York Lori A. Calbert

ISBN: 9781494826741

Published: May 5th 2007

Paperback

274 pages


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Bougie in New York  by  Lori A. Calbert

Bougie in New York by Lori A. Calbert
May 5th 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 274 pages | ISBN: 9781494826741 | 9.38 Mb

Life of Bougie could be described as a combination of the writing styles of Erma Bombeck and Terry McMillan. Tina West is a gossip columnist/writer who feels most of her experiences are based on various evels of interaction in the world: her identityMoreLife of Bougie could be described as a combination of the writing styles of Erma Bombeck and Terry McMillan. Tina West is a gossip columnist/writer who feels most of her experiences are based on various evels of interaction in the world: her identity as a free spirit vs.

a businesswoman, a black woman, and her identity as an upper-middle class society woman. Sometimes those identities coexist peacefully and at other times, they are at odds in terms of societys reaction to her. Her family is made up of a group of ultraconservative, affluent professionals who cant understand why Tina would leave her lucrative real career to become what they call a bohemian writer.

This book deals with her childhood, her first jobs, and her rise to become a celebrity/well-known gossip columnist and writer. For adults.



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