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Someone send Jon Gosselin on an Eat Pray Love retreat. The former TLC star and unofficial Ed Hardy model hasn't been in the best place since his 2008 divorce from Kate Gosselin. A month ago, one could have said that Jon was doing pretty well as an employee with his local T.G.I Friday's. Show More Summary
Over Christmas, my wife insisted I read “Big Magic,” a book about creativity by Elizabeth Gilbert. (Of “Eat Pray Love” fame.) I’m normally skeptical about self-help books, so I dragged my feet for a while. Eventually, I gave up, because there’s no point in fighting when you’re certain to lose. Turns out, the book was […]
I recently finished reading Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert of Eat Pray Love fame (I'm late to the party, I know). In this book, she recounts some musings on what it's like to be a creative professional. They are lessons on creativity if you will. As I was reading the book, I felt like it had been written for me. Show More Summary
The author of bestselling book ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ announced she is separating from her husband, her love interest in real life as well as the widely-praised travel memoir. Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of blockbuster travel memoir “Eat, Pray, Love” announced Friday that she was leaving her husband, who she had met during her around-the-world trip... Show More Summary
Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of the best-selling memoir Eat, Pray, Love, announced on Facebook that she's divorcing Jose Nunes, the Brazilian man she met during world travels recounted in the book as she was trying to move past a marriage that had just ended. Show More Summary
What a heartbreaking time for Elizabeth Gilbert. On Friday, Elizabeth made the sad announcement that she plans to divorce her husband Jose Nunes after ten years of marriage. Related: Lisa Marie Presley Files For Divorce What's especially sad about this situation is that Jose was the inspiration for the character Felipe in Eat, Pray, Love — the [...]
Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat Pray Love, announced that she is separating from her husband Jose Nunes. She shared the news on her Facebook page Friday morning. Among other supes cool, soul-searching type things, Eat Pray Love detailed how Gilbert fell in love with Nunes in Bali. Show More Summary
Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert is splitting from her husband, José Nunes, after over 12 years of companionship. Gilbert announced the news in a Facebook post on Friday, writing, "I am separating from the man whom many of you know as "Felipe" — the man whom I fell in love with at the end of the Eat, Pray, Love journey. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Gilbert is splitting from her husband, Jose Nunes, the Brazilian importer she wrote about falling in love with in her 2006 memoir, "Eat, Pray, Love."
The author of “Eat Pray Love” posted on Facebook that she and her husband, who was known as “Felipe” in the book, were separating.
It's 'Eat Pray... Separate' for Elizabeth Gilbert and husband of 12 years.
Elizabeth Gilbert is separating from her husband, Jose Nunes—or, as he may be better known to fans of her book Eat Pray Love, Felipe. That's the name she gave him in the book, which is about a journey she set out on after her first marriage collapsed, the Hollywood...
"''I am separating from the man whom many of you know as 'Felipe' — the man whom I fell in love with at the end of the EAT PRAY LOVE journey," says Elizabeth Gilbert.Oh, I'm sure the new story is good for another memoir. They'll probably be new love in it too. If you fell for the first one, I'm sure you'll fall for the next one. Your love affair with bullshit memoirs will go on.
In a post to her fans beginning with “Dear Ones,” the best-selling author of Eat Pray Love, Elizabeth Gilbert, announced that her 12 year marriage to José Nunes had come to an end. He was the Love section. Read more...
Risking incarceration and death in one of the world's most tightly controlled dictatorships is exactly the same as a rich white lady "finding herself" in the mystical land of brown people.
Journalist Suki Kim writes about how her investigative book about North Korea Without You, There Is No Us was labeled and marketed as an Eat, Pray, Love-esque memoir.
“That was the whole point. I did not wish that my book were Eat, Pray, Love. As the only journalist to live undercover in North Korea, I had risked imprisonment to tell a story of international importance by the only means possible. By casting my book as personal rather than professional—by marketing me as a […]