Cybill Disobedience by Cybill Shepherd

Every now and then I read an autobiography.  Cybill Shepherd’s version of her life came out on Kindle as a freebie and what the heck, I loved Moonlighting and always thought she was an amazing woman for more then just her looks.  It takes a lot of bravery to look into one’s own past and put it out there for everyone to judge.  I admire her for that.

It was an interesting read.  I was never one of those that men fell over so getting a perspective from that side of a woman’s world was fascinating.  She used and was used by her own beauty and the men that thought that was all she was.

The autobiography’s voice seemed very much Cybill – Aimee Lee Ball, her collaborator, did a great job.

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