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Where Do I Begin?: Stories from a Life Lived Out Loud

Where Do I Begin?: Stories from a Life Lived Out Loud

by Elvis Duran

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Where Do I Begin?: Stories from a Life Lived Out Loud 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Dan_W246 9 months ago
It was a good book. There's a lot of behind-the-scenes of his show and big concerts. He also talks about how he got into radio. The first half of the book read like a typical biography. It was interesting, but had I not been a fan of his show for over 14 years, I don't think I would have liked it that much. The second half of the book got a little preachy, but I actually liked the messages he shared. It stayed true to his character. He says things on air like he does in his book, and I wasn't surprised. He's very inspirational and has a wonderful message about getting along. It reminded me of Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis. If I could change one thing about the book, I wish that he could've been a little more enthusiastic about writing. There were some parts where I felt like he was being burdened by writing this book. I think at one point he actually said that he didn't want to work on the chapter he was working on. Maybe it is burdening. I haven't written a book and stepped into the arena like he has. It gave me the feeling, though, that he didn't want me to be there with him, and my favorite books are when I connect with the characters and feel like I'm spending time with a friend. With that said, he's human and writing isn't his big thing. I applaud him for being vulnerable. I also read Howard Stern's book titled, Howard Stern Comes Again, on Elvis's suggestion. Elvis' book had a lot more about radio. I also appreciate that it's shorter, because it took me quite a while to get through Howard's book. The two compliment each other nicely. This book is a good recommendation for someone that enjoys his morning show. I'm going to get a second copy on his book tour in Philly, and I'll definitely read it again in a couple of months to see what I learn the second time around. I even hope he comes out with a second book. Chelsea Handler did a book called Lies Chelsea Handler Told Me, where each member of her show wrote a chapter about the show and their experiences with Chelsea. I'd love to read a book co-written by Greg T, Danielle, Gandhi, Straight Nate (We are!), Froggy, Sam, Sheldon, and Alex (they both count).
Anonymous 3 months ago
loved it
Anonymous 7 months ago
A fan and listener for over 20 years. you have moved and touched me over the air and now in your book. Thank you for sharing your stories.
Anonymous 8 months ago
i ordered the book and got it today i have not read much of it so far but i did get to page 35 and after getting that far in the book i love it so far its been one of the best books i have read in a long time there are things i did not know about elvis duran and now reading this book it now shows me someone can do anything i can not wait to finish the book
Anonymous 9 months ago
must read
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