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After thirty-eight happy years of marriage to influential producer Aaron Spelling, raising two children in Hollywood, and co-managing one of the largest estates in the country (finally selling Spelling Manor, as detailed on her HGTV series, ...
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
A memoir by the actress best known for her role on "Beverly Hills, 90210" challenges popular misconceptions about her privileged life while discussing such topics as her relationship with her late father, her marriages, and her parenting ...
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
Aaron Spelling is one of the most successful showmen of all time.
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
The popular Hollywood starlet presents a collection of essays about the challenges of life in Hollywood, from navigating tabloid scrutiny and the latest headline-making feud to her visit to the set of the new "90210" and her baby nurse ...
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
The reality show star shares anecdotal recommendations for throwing a Hollywood party on a budget, covering everything from selecting a theme and honoring special occasions to including children and incorporating personal details.
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
This book is a memoir of my life as assistant to Aaron Spelling and his wife, Candy... and the kids... Tori and Randy. No dirt! Just what happened from my point of view.
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
Sheeple: people who follow the crowd. These are just a few of the newly evolved words discussed and explained in The Birds and Bees of Words, an entertaining, informative look at the ever-changing nature of the English language.
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
In Unlimiting You, Randy Spelling walks us through open, honest, and relatable stories that illustrate the ways we hold ourselves back from being who we truly are.
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
Poignant and funny, the fourth book in the best-selling Lemonade War series explores the distinctive power of poetry and love—fourth grade style.
Candy Spelling from books.google.com
The story covers the three years her family lived in their Elizabethtown home, a period Kate considers one of the happiest of her life.