Thursday, September 3, 2009

Kelly Osbourne's Fierce - is out today

Kelly Osbourne's first book, Fierce, is out today. It's being marketed as "the one accessory a girl needs to get her through". Her website's being relaunched at the same time:
Log onto where you can sneak peek at some of Kelly's personal pictures, and keep up to date with what she's up to and where she's going to be appearing. You can also post the best piece of advice you've ever had and share it with others. It can be something that comforted you, inspired you, made you feel happier, made you laugh, or something you just want to share with the world. And if you've had your own embarrassing moments, just log on to the forum to discover you're not alone!

Synopsis: When you're little, you think your family is just the same as everybody else's. Doesn't everyone's mum plan secret exits for when things get tough? Surely all dads embarrass their daughters at their birthday parties? But as you get older, you begin to notice that what's normal to you is completely f***ed up to the outside world, and that sometimes you just can't explain that what other people think of as weird is actually all about love.

Who is Kelly Osbourne? I'm still not totally sure. But I do know who I'm not, and I want to help other people make the right decisions with the difficult choices we all face when growing up.

So I've gone out and got the best advice I can find from people I love, respect and always listen to. I've included Louis Walsh's advice on making it in the music industry, tips from Neil, my sought-after make-up artist at MAC and many others. And for when things get really serious I've gone to the organisations that really can help.

This book isn't just about me, it's about you. So whatever you're worried about, whatever you want to change, and whatever you want to shout about, me and my friends are here to help.

She'll be signing copies of Fierce at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London on Tuesday 8th September from 6pm - 7pm.

1 comment:

  1. I'm currently reading the book. It's surprisingly well written and entertaining. I liked seeing what Kelly was thinking at various times in her life because we have seen her through the Osbournes. There's also some practical advice for teens in the books that I think most parents will find appropriate.