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Miranda's Big Mistake
Now a New York Times and USA Today Bestseller75% (9)
Miranda's track record with men is horrible.
Her most recent catastrophe is Greg. He seems perfect—gorgeous, witty, exciting. And he and Miranda are in love… until Miranda discovers he left his wife when he found out she was pregnant.
With the help of her friends, Miranda plans the sweetest and most public revenge a heartbroken girl can get. But will Miranda learn from her mistake, or move on to the next "perfect" man and ignore the love of her life waiting in the wings…
Even the worst mistake of your life can lead to true love in the end…
See what people are saying about this irresistible summer read from international bestselling author Jill Mansell:
"An exciting read about love, friendship and sweet revenge - fabulously fun."
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"Both laugh-out-loud funny and tear-jerkingly sad…You won't put it down."
"Watch and learn as Miranda wreaks her sweet revenge—and memorize her sharp one-liners."
"A jaunty summer read."
"Fast, furious, and fabulous fun. To read it is to devour it."
"Pick this up at your peril: you won't get a thing done till it's finished."
Miranda Camera Ad - 1961
Miranda Camera Company had a long-running series of ads playing off the coincidence between the brand name and a woman's name. They matched a British-looking James Bond type of guy with the same black-haired young woman doing a strip-tease pose in exotic, and highly unlikely, location choices around the world. Kind of an image piece intended to set a hip, jet-set tone of the brand with the audience. Which, I guess happened to be aimed at guys in heavy wool suits taking photos of scantily-clad women at horse race tracks. Yeah, this type of stuff was "OK" back in the day. Really, as with all blatantly sexist ads, it didn't help move the merchandise much. The better story was about how perfectly fine the cameras were. That hardly got out. Miranda should have invested in more professional marketing, but the ad agency (and client, I suppose) kept pushing the semi-naked Miranda ads until sales dropped off. By then, it was too late.Miranda Sensorex - 1966
Miranda cameras never did catch on with the upper-crust of photo buyers. Although they offered a staggering amount of options and do-dads. This camera had a removable prism finder, such as found in the much more expensive Nikon F. Nicely built cameras but their lenses (IMHO) suffered from less than stellar build quality, though the images were very good.
2009 release, the third album from the Country favorite. Lambert, a two-time Grammy nominee has seen both of her previous albums debut at #1 on the Country Album Chart. Lambert wrote or co-wrote all but three of the 15 cuts on the album and worked with a cross-section of writers including Blake Shelton, Ashley Monroe, Natalie Hemby and Lady Antebellum's Dave Haywood and Charles Kelley, who lends background vocals on 'Love Song.' Of the three songs Lambert did not write, she pulled from the best and her favorites - John Prine, Julie Miller, Allen Shamblin and Tom Douglas to complete the album.Similar posts:
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