Some of her blogs from her stripper days dating back six years are still archived online. I'm starting to get obsessed with reading them. Some of the incidents she wrote about in her blog appear in the book almost word for word. Other juicy details and characters on the blog are left out of the book entirely or are far underdeveloped. The blog is interesting to me because it just seems like an awesome way to write a memoir and a natural progression from the writers who used to journal everything in notebooks. Her blog obviously had a decent readership and maybe the comments viewers posted helped her with the book somehow. I'm not a fan of the local political blogs or the boring "OMG guess what I had for lunch today" blogs on Myspace, but this I find interesting.
*this specific blog entry is just a sample of a few incidents she wrote about in the book and contains some very grown-up language.... so you've been warned