Betty White’s Best-Selling Book of 2012 is Back on Amazon – SheKnows

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Betty White’s sudden death before her 100th birthday has shocked the world, with everyone mourning the legendary and witty comedian. Now, we all mourn the deaths of celebrities differently, with some listening to their music or movies for a few weeks, some watching interviews, and others wanting to read anything about them. If you’re the latter, then we’ve found the perfect discounted gift for yourself on Amazon to mourn the late star.

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Betty White’s Bestselling Memoir If You Ask Me: (and of course you won’t) is finally back on Amazon, and it’s under $20 on Kindle and in paperback. the Daddy’s Girls The star’s book captivated readers for nearly a decade, earning a Goodreads Choice Award nomination and almost instantly becoming a New York Times bestseller.

Since White wrote this, you know it’s as hilarious and honest as she got.

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If you ask me: (and of course you won’t)



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If You Ask Me: (And Of Course You Won’t) is a witty and honest take on several aspects of White’s life, such as her beauty regimen, being a celebrity, and all the loves of his life, to name a few. When looking for quotes from the legendary Hot in Cleveland alum, chances are a lot of them are from this hilarious home library staple.

“I have no idea what color my hair is and I never intend to,” “Retirement is not in my vocabulary. They’re not going to get rid of me that way” and “My mom always said, ‘The older you get, the better you get. Unless you’re a banana,’ are just the tip of the iceberg of honest comedy that White boasts about in the book.

Although White is gone, her words are here to stay – so why not immortalize her in your personal library?

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