PRE-ORDER: Kim Zimmer's New Book "I'm Just Sayin': Three Deaths, Seven Husbands, and a Clone! My Life as a Daytime Diva"

Kim Zimmer's new book is as honest, raucous, and fabulous as the woman herself. "I'm Just Sayin': Three Deaths, Seven Husbands, and a Clone! My Life as a Daytime Diva,"written by Kim (with Laura Morton), goes on sale in August. You can pre-order it on Amazon for August 2. But we couldn't wait!

We Love Soaps could not put our advance copy down. Look for an interview with Kim in the first week of August as our web series, WE LOVE SOAPS TV, kicks off its third season. Our full review of the book will be published that week as well.

Always witty and insightful, and frequently touching, this tell-all really tells all. But don't take our word for it—to give you all a little taste and to encourage you to purchase the book (best summer reading ever!) some of our favorite tidbits are below:

"It turns out the one-armed hooker wasn't much of a conversationalist." What was this about?

"I actually asked myself, What would Susan Lucci do?" The answer is hilarious. Any guesses?

"Never work with a couple on the brink of divorce." Who was she referring to?

"If I craved egg-salad sandwiches with dill pickles on white Wonder bread..." Who do you think would get it for her?

"Truth be told, _____ cried more than Reva Shayne." Which producer was this blurb about?

"The only flaw in his plan was that every time he did, he'd begin to laugh and end up peeing too." Which late co-star was the subject of this line?

Be sure to share your guesses in the Comments section below and pre-order your copy on Amazon.com to find out all the answers on August 2.

3 comments:

  1. "It turns out the one-armed hooker wasn't much of a conversationalist." What was this about?
    Research for when Roxie was a prostate?

    "I actually asked myself, What would Susan Lucci do?" The answer is hilarious. Any guesses?Walking off Oprah's show because she didn't like how the interview was going.

    "Never work with a couple on the brink of divorce." Who was she referring to?
    Pamela K. Long/Jay Hammer

    "If I craved egg-salad sandwiches with dill pickles on white Wonder bread..." Who do you think would get it for her?
    Robert Newman
    "Truth be told, _____ cried more than Reva Shayne." Which producer was this blurb about?
    Ellen Wheeler

    "The only flaw in his plan was that every time he did, he'd begin to laugh and end up peeing too." Which late co-star was the subject of this line?
    Larry Gates

    Be sure to share your guesses in the Comments section below and pre-order your copy on Amazon.com to find out all the answers on August 2.

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  2. "It turns out the one-armed hooker wasn't much of a conversationalist." What was this about?

    -- This has to be a soap story I'm forgetting.

    "I actually asked myself, What would Susan Lucci do?" The answer is hilarious. Any guesses?

    -- Something with elegance and class.

    "Never work with a couple on the brink of divorce." Who was she referring to?

    -- Hrm, can't think of anyone.

    "If I craved egg-salad sandwiches with dill pickles on white Wonder bread..." Who do you think would get it for her?

    -- Robert Newman

    "Truth be told, _____ cried more than Reva Shayne." Which producer was this blurb about?

    -- Ellen Wheeler?

    "The only flaw in his plan was that every time he did, he'd begin to laugh and end up peeing too." Which late co-star was the subject of this line?

    -- Jordan Clarke

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  3. Kim Zimmer fans will also enjoy the Mr. Media VIDEO interview in which she talks about working with her friend Alec Baldwin on "The Doctors," replacing Kathleen Turner on "The Doctors" and playing her double onscreen in "Body Heat," her 26 years on "The Guiding Light," and her struggles with alcohol in the show's final years. Check it out: http://www.mrmedia.com/?p=2172!

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