Hilary Winston is currently working as a writer and producer of the critically acclaimed comedy "Community "and was one of the writers for the Emmy(r)-award-winning show "My Name is Earl." She began her writing career by getting people coffee at various places like National Public Radio and Hollywood Squares. She can now proudly say someone else gets her coffee. Unfortunately, she doesn t like coffee. Winston lives in Los Angeles.."
"Winston's memoir is funny, sensitive, and in the end accomplishes
what her ex-boyfriend's novel never could--brazenly tell a story of
their relationship destined for the nonfiction shelves."
--"Booklist""" The stories--snappy, sparse, and conversational--are
no-holds barred. --"Women's Wear Daily""" A heartfelt and hilarious
look at single life in L.A. --"Hollywood Reporter" An unflinchingly
honest tome that is so insightful and funny. --"New York Post"""
Perhaps it's not a typical tale. But then again, nothing is usual
in the life of Hilary Winston as she hilariously chronicles in her
[book]. . . . Winston bares it all with comedic flair, from seeing
just what her ex-boyfriend thought of their five years together (in
a nationally distributed novel, no less) to all the not-so-glorious
relationships that came before and after. --"Metro New York"
Winston's story is emotionally revealing, easy to relate to, and
always hilarious. --"Back Stage""" With self-deprecating
schadenfreude, "Community" writer Hilary Winston sets her
relationship story straight. --"More "magazine
A laugh-out-loud, tell-all in which Hilary sets the record straight for all her exes. --"WPIX 11 Morning News"
Winston's guiding philosophy appears to be: If it's too embarrassing to talk about, publish it. Her brutal, naked honesty is what anchors the book and makes it both so moving and so entertaining. --Slate.com