Monday, November 23, 2015

2015 book Cranky Clinton doesn't want you to read

Hillary really, really hopes you don't read this new book.

Bill and Hillary: So this is that thing called love.Bill and Hillary

So This is that Thing Called Love

Darwin Porter & Danforth Prince

Whereas Tabloid Kings Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince have already exposed the charismatic excesses of the Kennedys and the Reagans, they now aim their liberal and Democratic lasers onto dramas associated with their all-time favorite politicians, the Clintons.

In this hot new “I Love You Madly” overview of the most likely Presidential candidates for election in 2016, they examine the “conjoined-at-the-hip” love story of Bill and Hillary.

Tabloid Exposure and Timing: As America propels itself into 2016’s bloodthirsty search for presidential scandal, this book is rich in ironies associated with pandemic sex, vendetta, and subterfuge that’s naughtier than a Hollywood scriptwriter could ever have imagined.

Never in the history of the Republic have we heard such emphasis on the spirit and language of True Grit.  Some of the dialogue reported by witnesses to the Clinton saga makes Richard Nixon’s taped rants seem like a script from Shirley Temple’s Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.

Presidential Politics:  It’s all here, the glitter, glamor, sex, money, and power, but also the betrayals, the exposures, the epic fight for love and glory, a kick in the groin about high adrenaline sex.

Shadowy Figures from the Twilight Zone: It’s also a book about the men and women, and their hangers-on, who run the government, ultimately ruling over the free world.

As a contribution to the current political dialogues inundating the country, this hot new title will be available EVERYWHERE, online and in bookstores, in late October/early November.

Paperback 978-1-936003-47-1 • 1-936003-47-3 Trim size 6x9 Ppg 576

About the Author:

“Darwin Porter is the master of guilty pleasures. There is nothing like reading him for passing the hours. He is the Nietzsche of Naughtiness, the Goethe of Gossip, the Proust of Pop Culture. Porter knows all the nasty buzz anyone has ever heard whispered in dark bars, dim alleys, and confessional booths. And lovingly, precisely, and in as straightforward a manner as an oncoming train, his prose whacks you between the eyes with the greatest gossip since Kenneth Anger. Some would say better than Anger.” (as quoted from Alan W. Petrucelli’s THE ENTERTAINMENT REPORT at

Porter began his career writing about politics and the entertainment industry for Knight Newspapers and The Miami Herald. Today, he’s one of the most prolific biographers in the world. His portraits of Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, J. Edgar Hoover, Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, Howard Hughes, John and Jackie Kennedy, Paul Newman, Merv Griffin, Steve McQueen, Marlon Brando, Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn, and Michael Jackson have generated widespread reviews and animated radio and blogsite commentaries worldwide. Some of his biographies have been serialized to millions of readers in The Sunday Times of London and The Mail on Sunday.

Porter is also the well-known original author of many editions of The Frommer Guides, a respected travel guidebook series that’s among the most prominent and well-respected in the world.

Blood Moon Productions:

Applying the tabloid standards of today to the Hollywood scandals of yesterday. It's a tough job, but somebody's got to do it.
Danforth Prince, President
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