Never Trust Ann Coulter: An Unauthorized, Autobiographical Parody

Never Trust Ann Coulter: An Unauthorized, Autobiographical Parody

by D.B. Gilles

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Overview

In this hilarious unauthorized, autobiographical parody, Ann Coulter has been approached to be the Vice Presidential candidate in 2016, so she is coming out with a tell-all book. She will reveal who she is, who she was and who she hopes to be before the left wing media and the Democratic spin machine can have at her. She’ll be answering the hard questions, confronting the tough issues and in memory of her friend, Tupac Shakur, “keepin’ it real.”

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148829980
Publisher: D.B. Gilles
Publication date: 12/13/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 145 KB

About the Author

D.B. Gilles teaches comedy writing and screenwriting in The Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film & Television at New York University’s, Tisch School of the Arts. He also taught in The Dramatic Writing Department at NYU, the Graduate Film Department at Columbia and teaches in The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at NYU.
He is the author of Writers Rehab: A 12-Step Program For Writers Who Can’t Get Their Acts Together, The Screenwriter Within: New Strategies To Finish Your Screenplay & Get A Deal!, The Portable Film School and You’re Funny! Turn Your Sense of Humor Into A Lucrative New Career.
He is co-author (with Sheldon Woodbury) of W. The First Hundred Days:A White House Journal, a parody of the Bush presidency, and his fiction includes the comic novel, I Hate My Book Club and the mystery, Colder Than Death.
He is also one of the most in demand Script Consultants and Writing Coaches in the country.
He can be reached at

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Never Trust Ann Coulter: An Unauthorized, Autobiographical Parody 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She cites her work.
Carlo_D More than 1 year ago
This rip-roaring parody almost perfectly emulates the sensational, absurd caustic stances Ann Coulter takes on everything and turns it around on her personal life. Just like the outrageous claims she makes, particularly toward left-wing liberal politics, D.B. Gilles captures that voice and aims it at her life in this fictional autobiography. From selling her soul to the devil to torrid secret affairs with politicians, this parody pushes the envelope. And though this fast-paced farce may occasionally walk the edge of good taste for the tight-assed, it will end up leaving the sugary sweetness of laughter on your tongue. Fun, fun, fun.