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About the Author: Rosie O'Donnell

Roseann Rosie O Donnell is an eleven time Emmy Award winning American comedian, television talk show host, author, and film, television, and stage actress She has also been magazine editor and continues to be a celebrity blogger, LGBT civil rights activist, television producer and collaborative partner in the LGBT family vacation company R Family Vacations.Raised Irish Catholic, O Donnell lost

10 thoughts on “Find Me

  1. says:

    Great read A very unique and fascinating storyrecommended to everyone paperback

  2. says:

    My opinion of Rosie O Donnell find Rosie O Donnell to be a very annoying and weird person She wasn t funny when I was a little kid and she was making vulgar jokes on my VHS tapes, and she certainly isn t any funnier now This book tries to be something inspiring and powerful about her ...

  3. says:

    I have always found Rosie O Donnell entertaining, but I had no idea how much I would like her book She is a terrific writer, and I believe she wrote this book and not a ghostwriter because the voice and the thought process is so authentic that I have to believe it is really her The story is interesting the mother of a young woman contacts Rosie about her daughter being pregnant and giving up the child for adoption through Rosie s adoption agency, which specializes in placing children no one wants babies who are sick, babies who are mixed race or any race other than white And the story deepens from there Rosie tells us about her childhood and her mother s death I totally identified with the aspect of Rosie s personality that wants to help others, and partially just to run away from one s own problems There are so many classic lines in this book I usually give books away, but I am going to keep this one I think Rosie and ...

  4. says:

    I can not explain to you how many degrees of perfection this book entails Truly captivating and I never wanted it to end Absolutely wonderful.

  5. says:

    Archived at Me by Rosie O Donnell Let me tell you everything that this newest book by Rosie O Donnell is not It is not an autobiography, although the openly gay stand up comedian film actress talk show host and mother of three adopted children with a child on the way from her somehow pregnant partner does share a few snapshot moments When she was a kid, Rosie let a mean trick be played on her brother, and she still feels guilty about it After her mother died, when she was 11, a clueless teacher, upset at Rosie for not having her homework, yelled that he would be calling and telling her mother about her behavior, which spurred Rosie to run screaming out of the school and hide in a neighbor s home nearby In middle school Rosie stood up for a female classmate who was the victim of cruel taunts after it came out that she d been sexually attacked by a group of boys at a drunken brawl Rosie remembers going to the flea market with her mother and how it was never the same once her mother passed on, and she remembers the time her father retu...

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    Rosie talks about believing things happen for a reason, and how sometimes she just knows things Other times, not as deep, but profound, she has spingles Spine tingles When she recognizes those significant times, she feels compelled to follow up In Find Me she tells of an obsessive quest to help a young woman She recognizes a certain narcissism in wanting to be a superhero, sometimes to the detriment of her own family All the while reading this, I found myself thinking, but of course you re a bodhisattva I found myself composing the short emails to her blog, thinking if it was meant to be, she would find me among the thousands of other messages How I would tell her a bodhisattva is an enlightened codependent She says several times in the book that she is not easy to love, with this obsessive superhero complex I have to wonder though, if that has changed, or really, what her love Kelli would say to that Rosie transforms some deep scars regarding her mother s death through her obsessive superheroish love On The View her best friend from the age of 3 said that what people might not know about Rosie is how generous Rosie is When cohost J...

  7. says:

    This may be the strangest book I have ever read It is autobiographical and the jacket implies it s about adoption, so I thought it would be about her experience adopting her three kids But no, it started out weird and got really weird It creeped me out so much I had to stay up to 2am to finish it to see if the people she was writing about were real or just screwing around with her, since she s a celebrity Turns out a bit of bot...

  8. says:

    Completely Unexpected Story Pleasantly Surprised

  9. says:

    I love Rosie O donnal, be she really was not cut out to be an author I don t recommend this at all.

  10. says:

    I get a lot of slack for liking Rosie but she reminds me of my favorite aunt so I continue to love her unconditionally This is yet another book by Rosie that I have read I like how genuine she is and the fact that she doesn t hold back even if it makes her look bad or crazy I like that she keeps it raw which makes her so relatable This book was a little different than the others and by the end of her story about this pregnant girl,...

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