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Sex and the City
Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for July 29 are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Candace Bushnell, 60, who wrote the original novel which spawned the successful TV series for HBO, opened up to Sunday Times Magazine about her divorce, admitting it made her realize how not starting a family made her feel "truly alone. The series' main character, Carrie Bradshaw played by Sarah Jessica Parker , was created as a fictionalized version of Bushnell. Elsewhere in the interview, she claims that the split caused her to go without sex for five years. The novel follows a group of middle-aged New York City women who travel to the Hamptons in order to find a fresh start.
Candace Bushnell born December 1, is an American author , journalist , and television producer. She wrote a column for The New York Observer —96 that was adapted into the bestselling Sex and the City anthology. She continued writing and worked as a freelance journalist for various publications, struggling to make ends meet for many years. She created a humorous column for the paper — Called "Sex and the City," the column was based on her own personal dating experiences and those of her friends. In , Bushnell's columns were published in an anthology, also called Sex and the City , and soon after became the basis for the popular HBO television series sharing the same name. The series aired from through , and starred Sarah Jessica Parker as Carrie Bradshaw , a socially active New York City sex and lifestyles columnist, a character whom Bushnell has stated was her alter ego.
Or are we just kidding ourselves? This book is not quite what it seems. And that turns out to be a pleasant surprise. There is very little sex in this book or in the lives of the fiftysomething single women depicted , but there is a lot of chat among seemingly wealthy women about not having enough money as they approach a retirement that will probably never arrive; about feeling lonely and friendless; about struggling with envy for the lives of others; and about coming to terms with the cruelty of the ageing process. Fun times, guys!
Candace Bushnell (born December 1, ) is an American author, journalist, and television producer. She wrote a column for The New York Observer (– 96) that was adapted into the bestselling Sex and the City anthology. The book was the basis for the HBO hit series Sex and the City (–).
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