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Are the stars of The Fame Game ready for their close-ups?
Madison Parker has discovered that not all publicity is good publicity. After turning herself in for stealing some bling, the reality star is stuck doing community service while her Fame Game castmates soak up all the screen time. Not that newcomer Kate Hayes needs more attention—ever since her breakout song became an overnight sensation she's suddenly acting like she's Katy Perry. Aspiring actress Carmen Curtis is finally making a name for herself, but she's finding it harder than ever to get out from behind her famous mother's shadow. And in Hollywood, leading men are a dime a dozen, but a good man is hard to find. So when two of the girls have their eye on the same guy, that can mean only one thing: on-camera drama.
In the second novel in bestselling author Lauren Conrad's Fame Game series, friendships are tested, lines are crossed, and fashion crimes are committed—and that's before the cameras even start rolling.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Mitch Joel is President of Twist Image , an award-winning Digital Marketing and Communications agency. In 2008, Mitch was named Canada's Most Influential Male in Social Media, one of the top 100 online marketers in the world, and was awarded the highly-prestigious Canada's Top 40 Under 40.
Many of the ideas in the book are explained with technologies that are out of date, or examples that are not valid anymore. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Afshin
Terrific all round. Describes the evolving use of social media in laymens terms. Great book, great service. great price yesPublished 23 months ago by Demetrius 1905
Good insights. Mitch Joel is well connected and understands it. Read his book and follow him online if you're seeking a better understanding of digital / socialPublished on March 12 2012 by Karma Agent
I really enjoyed reading this book! Having started a new company in 2009 ([...].), this book was a timely read. Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2010 by Christopher Berry