Dear Breakup Girl, I have a crush on a guy who is my brother’s friend and has a girlfriend.
We get along great, and always have a good time when together.
Given the uncertainties of the global economy and the high rates of unemployment, money seems to be on everyone’s minds these days.
This is the second part of a two-part interview on Friendship and Money with MSN Money columnist Emma Johnson.
Today, the gossip column has confirmed said book deal with publishers Simon & Schuster. Billed as a memoir, the book is reportedly titled "How to Murder Your Life," which is also the name of a blog Marnell used to keep.
As anyone who's read Marnell's XOJane columns could have guessed, the book won't hold back, and, assuming she actually finishes it, will reportedly chronicle everything from her "life as a spoiled rich kid of a psychiatrist and a psychoanalyst" to her "drug-fueled rise through Condé Nast, xo and Vice magazine." Apparently Marnell's book proposal alone included tales of her four abortions, getting “choked out by a Park Avenue millionaire kid in a pine grove by the reservoir at 4 a.m,” and “sex in vacant lots in Bushwick with white rappers.”Sounds pretty uplifting!
How do economic inequities between friends affect relationships?Today, the gossip column has confirmed said book deal with publishers Simon & Schuster. Last year beauty writer Cat Marnell told Page Six that she'd rather be "smoking angel dust with my friends and writing a book" than working at XOJane.Today, the gossip column has confirmed said book deal with publishers Simon & Schuster. Last year beauty writer Cat Marnell told Page Six that she'd rather be "smoking angel dust with my friends and writing a book" than working at XOJane.There is alot of teasing, and sexual innuendo, but also some serious moments.Thing is, he and his girlfriend don’t act like boyfriend and girlfriend, and some of his comments make me think he likes me. Nothing and wait for him, forget about him, or go for it?Though Simon & Schuster wouldn't comment on how much of an advance Marnell was given, sources told the the book deal is worth around half a million dollars--not exactly Lena Dunham's million, but not bad.