Enough with virgins. Let us move onto a more intellectual subject: books and the people who write them.
Take Niurka Marcos, the untalented, promiscuous Cuban “actress”-turned TV host, who this week released her first book: Soy (as in “I am” not as in “soy milk”), an autobiography of sorts showing us she might not be as illiterate as we originally thought.
Soy has a first print run of 10,000 copies, way fewer than the 80,000 sold by Playboy Mexico’s December issue. Still, the voluptuous thespian-turned-scribe is poised to oversell Talk Dirty: Spanish, by yours truly… It’s gotta be the cleavage.