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by Helen Gurley Brown
I'm Wild Again Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 2001. This book has some good tips on getting along in the work place. For me it was worth reading simply for the advice Helen Brown gives on how to get nails to grow. ie. 5,000 mcg of biotin each day and crisco.
I'm Wild Again Mass Market Paperback – March 1, 2001. by. Helen Gurley Brown (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. The biotin and crisco work; I now have nails after years of trying and failing to grow any.
Helen Gurley Brown (February 18, 1922 – August 13, 2012; born Helen Marie Gurley) was an American author, publisher, and businesswoman. Helen Marie Gurley was born February 18, 1922 in Green Forest, Arkansas, the daughter of Cleo Fred (née Sisco; 1893-1980) and Ira Marvin Gurley. At one time her father was appointed Commissioner of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Never been much of a fan of Cosmo, or Helen Gurley Brown, but this one went on my to-read list after it was mentioned in an article on Mad Men's Joan. Aug 22, 2012 Amanda rated it it was amazing.
Helen Gurley Brown, who as the author of Sex and the Single Girl shocked early-1960s America with the news . At 19, as Ms. Brown recounted in her memoir I’m Wild Again (2000), she answered a newspaper advertisement seeking young women for social evenings.
At 19, as Ms.
Helen Gurley Brown basically has written the same book at least four times and only she could manage to make each new version totally captivating
Helen Gurley Brown basically has written the same book at least four times and only she could manage to make each new version totally captivating. This latest rewrite of "Sex and the Single Girl" covers a lot of the same ground as the original but 40 years later. It's still amazingly fresh, witty, original and brave.
She lives in New York, NY with her husband, David Brown.
In her book Helen Gurley Brown tells us that everybody has a life. I think he’s so right, Open to any page of Helen Gurley Brown’s I’m Wild Again and you’ll claw (?) yourself with pleasure over an impish humor that would charm the balls off a pawn broker’s sign. Good, not so good, inspiring, depressing. Linger on any page and you’ll discover gems, nuggets of memory, hymns to New York, litanies of elegant name dropping, and you do drop names, Helen, reflections on breast cancer and plastic surgery.
Helen Gurley Brown in her office in 1982.
Good Girls Go to Heaven/Bad Girls Go Everywhere. You rocked it your whole life. com Thanks for being part of paving the way for women! May you RIP. More information. Helen Gurley Brown in her office in 1982.