5-star editorial reviews! In Life in the Hollywood Lane, Trish, a 40-year-old actor, travels the journey of grief with dedication if not always grace, knows the ins and outs of how "the industry" works, follows her dreams, and finds that crazy life might not be as bad as she'd convinced herself it was. While this is a book about a woman whose best friend commits suicide, it's funny, quirky, wise, and inspirational--not a downer.
Life in the Hollywood Lane is kind of Bridget Jones-y crossed with Postcards from the Edge. It's a fun insight into the workings of one of the toughest industries in world while being a universal every-person story, too.