Yes, RuPaul is the Queen of All Media.
Season Two of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” is speeding along at a Bugati pace and RuPaul is emerging as an inspiring and insightful writer this Valentine’s Day with her first book “Workin’ It: RuPaul’s Guide to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Style” (itBooks / HarperCollins) making it a sweeter gift than calorie-laden chocolates.
In “Workin’ It” the most famous drag queen reveals the secrets to living a fabulously fabulous life through outer style and inner beauty.
“To truly create the best life ever you must begin the work from the inside out,” said RuPaul. “Rise up and be fearless. Open yourself to possibilities.”
“Workin’ It” - way better than any of the garbage that pours out of Dr. Phil - is a surprisingly delicious read from a lady who has lived a million lives, been to Paris, been to Nice and actually has gotten to know herself through her emotional and phyisical travels.
The “fake lady” as she calls herself on “Drag Race” reminds us of life’s simple joys along with taking on tougher issues: She advises:
- Do not take life too seriously.
- Do whatever you want, just as long as you do not hurt anyone else in the process.
- Be present in the moment.
- Thriving is impossible in toxic relationships.
- Kindness is the new cool.
- Proportion is everything.
- Reinvention is the key.
The enjoyable book is also lavishly illustrated with gorgeous photographs by Mathu Anderson.
“This book is required reading,” said Jackie Collins. “Nobody does it better than RuPaul…a drag queen amongst men. Life, love and liberty, RuPaul really gets it.”
“Workin’ It” on sale Feb 2.: $19.99
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