I would've skipped it because I really don't like celebrity memoirs even when they're celebrities I like.
She does not apologize for being successful and a celebrity, but aptly describes how celebrity and physical attractiveness can both impede and enhance a person's life and when doing so does not come off as being arrogant, superficial or insincere.
Short stories, told in present tense, make it seem like fiction, but it's actually a memoir.
You rarely see such heartlessness.
Ten years after the release of her debut, Phair's fourth album, Liz Phair, was released on Capitol Records and her music began to move in a more pop rock-oriented direction.
Her latest album, Funstyle, was released on July 3, 2010.