And, as was the case with “Rabbit Hole,” which spent three weeks at the top of The New York Times’ bestseller list, “Diaries” also has cracked that prestigious list.
Madison has thus managed to write a pair of bestselling books long after she was on TV or featured in a Strip production show.
“I see myself writing a young-adult project, a children’s book, even do that under another name,” Madison says. but there would be some of me in there, definitely.” Catering to the young and modern crowd, Planet Hollywood is a one-stop shop for entertainment with its massive shopping mall, slew of restaurants, spacious casino and clubs.
The theme carries into the 100,000 square-foot casino with 250 flat screens topping off slot machines.
The casino is also home to 87 tables, a sports book and a poker room.
“The first book’s success was really built on word-of-mouth.
It had been a while since I was on TV, I wasn’t in a show, so I was feeling that people would have to be out there relating to how I felt in this life in Las Vegas.” Madison dishes effectively about her dating days, changing names when appropriate.
“You have to be able to accept change, become a better person.
I am on my own personal journey, but there is always somebody negative out there wagging their finger at you.And if guests are still looking for more, they can spend the after hours at Privé, Triq or Krave nightclubs.Perhaps one of the resorts biggest attractions came in March with the addition of "Peepshow." The naughty twist on the story of Little Bo Peep is modern-day spin on the run-of-the-mill Vegas topless review.Wilkinson-Baskett has alternately accused Madison of being “embarrassed” about her behavior at the Playboy Mansion and as a result blamed her for blocking a “Girls Next Door” reunion.She has repeatedly blasted Madison in interviews when talking of Madison’s books.Madison says the writing process has helped her deal with such personality conflicts.