No such luck, Diane!!! :P :P :P
Just in time for Elvis Presley’s would-be 75th birthday comes a new book by Elvis expert, journalist, and Country Music Association Media Achievement Award winner Alanna Nash. Called "by far the best study of Presley I have ever read. . . Impressively researched written—and felt" by New York Times bestselling author Philip Norman (author of John Lennon and Shout!) and “the most entertaining Elvis book ever” by New York Times bestselling author Jimmy McDonough (Shakey: Neil Young's Biography), Baby, Let’s Play House is the first-ever Elvis book to focus solely on his complex relationships with women, including celebrities such as Ann-Margret, Linda Thompson, Mary Ann Mobley, Cher, Raquel Welch, Barbara Eden, and Cybill Shepherd. Featuring dozens of exclusive interviews and scores of never-before-seen photos, Baby, Let’s Play House is a must-have collector’s item for fans of The King everywhere. (ref: HarperCollins)
Raquel Welch and Cher didn't have relationships with Elvis.
Oh yes looking forward to this one
He was a busy boy.............LOL
However, according to some, he only read to them.............PMSL
No wonder he developed glaucoma.
Well, then Gail should be in that book :D
I hear she was a table dancer for his show at Vegas, too! :lol:
THE WOMEN WHO LOVED ELVIS
Very private confessions from women who were
his lovers, dates, friends, and costars,
on the touching and tragic truths about the King of Rock and Roll.
By Alanna Nash
Yes, I'm not too much into these kind of books myself.
More "truths" as in "from the MM" ?? :hmm:
To each their own ;)
The latest Alanna Nash book will be released in the US on 5 January 2010.
EIN recently had the pleasure of delving deep inside the 700+ pages of this release to discover a rich and compelling account of a side of Elvis, which until now has been rarely, if at all, documented in detail.
What we found was illuminating, at times emotional, and occasionally confronting. Never dull and always adding to our understanding of the man, Alanna Nash has written a stunning new book!
As its title implies, Baby, Let's Play House presents the long overdue female perspective on Elvis and answers a number of important questions including how differently Elvis communicated with men and women and the inner anguish which eventually led to his tragic demise.
Read why Baby, Let's Play House will be one of the two best Elvis book releases of 2010. (Book Review, Source: EIN)
I feel sorry for Lisa, and her children, when books like this are released. Probably most of the stuff isn't true, after all these years, what could there be new to write about.
"The most funny part of her story is when she says something like "he never believed that all was over between us""
I've heard her say that and it is funny. Dillusions of grandeur.