Book Review of Live Wire: Long-Winded Short Stories by Kelly Ripa

Book summary of Live Wire LongWinded Short Stories

Live Wire: Long-Winded Stories is a collection of 14 essays by Kelly Ripa. The author, a long-time journalist and television host, uses her signature witty style to write about the world and its people. Her essays are often hilarious and satirical, resulting in a lot of laugh-out-loud moments.

Ripa’s writing style

Ripa’s writing style is not for everyone, and there are some things that readers might not appreciate in her book. For instance, she is a strong believer in taking the high road, even when it’s the wrong choice. This new book is full of tough conversations that women rarely have. Ripa is a former co-host on the Today Show and Live!, where she was Kathie-Lee Gifford’s replacement. She was also a lead host during Michael Strahan’s tenure. Currently, she is the host of The Tonight Show with Ryan Seacrest.

Ripa’s writing style in LiveWire: Long-Winded Short Stories is very lively. She combines personal stories with current events. The book also includes stories about Ripa’s children and her relationship with her husband Richard Gere. She also includes a piece about a disastrous Hamptons party. While Ripa’s style is a little different from her Live! writing style, readers will still appreciate her lively style and humor.

Kelly Ripa’s writing style in LiveWire: Long-Winded Short Stories is very personal and candid. It doesn’t attempt to be a self-help book, but offers valuable advice for career-driven women. She explains her life story in a candid and funny way. Kelly Ripa admits that it wasn’t an easy book to write, but she did it for love.

Ripa isn’t bothered by Kathie Lee Gifford’s remarks about her memoir. While Ripa did not agree with her comments, she felt she had a right to express her views. She also was glad to have the attention for her book.

Laugh-out-loud moments

Kelly Ripa’s memoir, “Live Wire: Long-Winded Short Tales,” is full of personal essays and funny stories about her life. She describes meeting her husband Mark Consuelos while wearing hair curlers, how she smeared toothpaste on a pimple, and how she shoved a tampon into her purse. These stories were saved for her memoir.

Ripa has won numerous awards and accolades during her career, including the GLAAD Excellence in Media Award and the Glamour Woman of the Year Award. She is also consistently recognized by The Hollywood Reporter and regularly named to its 35 Most Powerful People in Media and Women in Entertainment Power 100 lists. Her new position as an author will be added to her already-long list of accomplishments. She lives in New York City with her husband Mark Consuelos. She has three children with him.

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