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Jennie Garth Inks Deal at New American Library

garth coverActress Jennie Garth has landed a book deal with Penguin’s New American Library (NAL) imprint. She will be working with writer Emily Heckman on this project.

The publisher plans to release Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde on April 1, 2014. Senior editor Jennifer Schuster negotiated the deal with Randy James of James/Levy Management.

Here’s more from The Hollywood Reporter: “Garth first gained fame by playing Kelly Taylor for 10 seasons on the Aaron Spelling-created soap, Beverly Hills, 90210. She also appeared in The CW revival and toplined the WB sitcom What I Like About You alongside Amanda Bynes. The book news comes after Garth’s former 90210 co-star Jason Priestley announced his memoir two months ago, which, at the time, generated widespread attention.”

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Candace Bushnell’s Recession

It’s been a rough year for the glamorous world Candace Bushnell explored in Sex and the City: the stock market crashed, layoffs rocked New York City media world, and the recession crippled the luxury business.

Nevertheless, Bushnell has returned with a new kind of story, a web series promoting a different world–successful, mature women living in a recessionary New York City with laid-off husbands. She wrote ‘The Broadroom‘ for More magazine, and the show debut online this week. GalleyCat visited the glamorous release party in this video, mingling with the show’s stars and getting an introduction to the show from Bushnell herself.

Here’s more about the show from the site: “The four-part series features an accomplished ensemble cast of women including Jennie Garth, Jennifer Esposito, Talia Balsam, Mary McCann and newcomer Lauren Devereux. The webisodes take a humorous look at women in the workplace, addressing everything from breast feeding to rocky relationships to tyrannous male bosses.”