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Star Dreams Paperback – 1 Jul 2000

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About the Author

June Flaum Singer was born in Union City, New Jersey, the daughter of a professional strong man. At college she won the Miss Ohio State University title before marrying writer/painter Joe Singer, son of novelist I.J. Singer and nephew of Nobel laureate, I.B. Singer. Daughters Sharon and Brett are published writers as well. She currently lives in Bel-Air, California.

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"The Vaseline! Quick!" 1 Aug. 2012
By ReasonableGoatPerson - Published on
You can't make love to your own father. But you can try!

Two sisters, left fatherless after daddy gets caught in bed with sister-in-law and runs off to the left coast, grow up and face life's joys and disappointments, always together. After daddy's departure, mommy Marie never loves again. Her second marriage is for money and security, giving her girls the best of everything. All they really want, though, is their real father. That, money can't buy.

Typical of June Flaum Singer, trashiness abounds. Affairs, drugs, abuse, horrible parenting, marriages from hell, even balls getting blown off! Though the book is about two actress sisters, there's not much depiction of the acting world. Their stage and film careers are given a sentence or two, so as to update on their progression, and that's about it. Just like with The President's Women, Star Dreams gave its characters a profession because they had to be doing something, but what they do for a living is not the focus of the story. Queen June knows why we read her books, and it's not for descriptions of the Stanislavski Method!

Always remember:
"If you're rich,
You may be a b*tch.
But if you're poor,
Darling, you're a boor!"
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