Paris Hilton and literature might not be the most related factors but celebrity socialite and hotel heiress Paris Hilton was recently captured in cameras shopping for books. She was seen quite engrossed leafing through books as she was seen in a bookshop located in West Hollywood side in California. Following her drug related scenario she seems to be trying to appear normal as possible and showing her interest in literature sure is a best way to begin.
According inside news Paris Hilton had gone on to buy a book titled 29 Gifts: How a Month of Giving Can Change Your Life from Book Soup which is one of the most visited book shops in area. Book title sure sound like just the thing she needs at the moment and many will sincerely hope that this multitalented public figure will make actually take something useful from her latest purchase to have things sorted out in a positive way.
Being one of the high profile figure in a number of fields Paris Hilton sure become the centre of attention for many reasons and though the manner in which she made it to news headlines leaves much to be desired it cannot be denied that no matter what she does she usually land up on front pages.
The great-granddaughter of famed hotelier Conrad Hilton and socialite, Paris Hilton was spotted on 17th June 2010 at the Kiston Boutique on Robertson Boulevard, giving her a bit of shopping time.
Simply dress in jeans and t-shirt, the hot babe looked fabulous with her golden hair let loose. According to sources, there was supposed to be a promotional photo shoot for her new line that day. It was confirmed by Paris and gave more details on it being for Heat Magazine for her new “eyelash and nail” lines.
Being a model and entertainer, Paris has been an increasing presence on-screen in TV commercials, on TV shows as guest appearances in like The O.C. (2003) and George Lopez (2002) and her won reality series The Simple Life (2003) and in the movies like Bottoms Up (2006), House of Wax (2005), for which she won a Razzie Award for worst supporting actress, zoolander (2001) etc.