(And Other Things I Didn't Mention Before)

by Brian Edwards Foreword by Melissa Rivers



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/8/2019

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 330
ISBN : 9781480879386
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 330
ISBN : 9781480879393

About the Book

I Might Have Been Queen? Child please, more like The Bitch Is Back okurrr? My baby boy Brian Edwards come a-callin' asking ME, Jenifer MF'ing Lewis, could he wear my electric blue coat from Jackie's Back?!

I've known this crazy man since 1996 when we first met at the William Morris Agency in Beverly Hills. Since he’s been such a loyal supportive friend all these years, I said, "Yes, fool. Only for you."

So ya'll take it from me, the Mother of Black Hollywood, read this damn book and see how crazily fabulous this queen really is.
— Jenifer Lewis, Multi-Award Winning Actress, Singer, Best Selling Author and Star of ABC's Black-ish

International Book Awards (2020)
Best LGBTQ-Non-Fiction (Winner)
Best Humor (Winner)

National Indie Excellence Awards (2020)
Best Entertainment (Winner)
LGBTQ Non-Fiction (Finalist)
Humor (Finalist)
Book Interior Design Non-Fiction (Finalist)
Book Cover Design Non-Fiction (Finalist)

Beverly Hills Book Awards (2019)
Best Autobiography (Winner)
Best LGBTQ Non-Fiction (Winner)
Best Cover Design Non-Fiction (Winner)

American Book Fest -Best Book Awards (2019)
Best LGBTQ Non-Fiction (Winner)
Best Humor (Finalist)

About the Author

With a career spanning the past four decades, Brian Edwards has enjoyed unique success in the entertainment industry as a celebrity talent executive, producer, publicist and writer (order depends on the day).

He has served as talent executive / talent producer for three Emmy Award – winning shows, and as an independent PR rep, he spearheaded the campaigns for five Hollywood Walk of Fame star ceremonies to date for Joan Rivers, Donna Summer, Whoopi Goldberg, Rascal Flatts and Vanessa Williams, with ceremonies currently pending for TRIO: Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris, as well as Tanya Tucker and Cindy Crawford.

In 2012, Brian was honored by the International Press Academy with the Satellite Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Entertainment, becoming only the third recipient of this honor in the academy’s history.

I Might Have Been Queen (And Other Things I Didn’t Mention Before) is the follow-up to his autobiography, Enter Miss Thang, which ultimately became the most honored LGBT non-fiction book of 2014.

As a tribute to his work with the legendary Queen of Disco, Brian was recently portrayed in the smash hit, Tony Award nominated Broadway show Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, which embarks on its’ first U.S. national tour in the fall of 2019.

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