Saturday, September 10, 2011

If You Ask Me (Of Course You Won't)

Book Review

If You Ask Me (Of Course You Won't) by Betty White.

This turned out to be a fun, quick little book. It was not on my reading list. I had never seen it before. I had no idea it existed.

But I was desperate. I needed something in large print to read while on the treadmill.

Everyone is familiar with Betty from her publicity of the past year. The Facebook fan page. Saturday Night Live. Super Bowl commercial.

Sure... why not? I've never been a huge fan of Betty's, but I know who she is. And she's funny.

And the book was available.

This is one of several memoirs of Betty's, but it mostly just covers the most recent years. This is good since I wasn't really interested in an deep rehashing of her entire career. She writes in an easy, accessible way. And she's funny.

It's nice to hear that she appreciates her job as an entertainer. She appreciates her fans and even responds to fan mail. And she's funny.

If you are looking for a quick, light-hearted look at her take on her recent career, give it shot. And she's funny!

Don't touch that dial. Coming up next is the conclusion to The Irene Chronicles....

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