This character is a cut to the quick kind of humorist. The character is self-effacing, revealing, and hilarious. He or she frequently talks about his/her parents and five siblings and their unique relationships. The character is sometimes politically incorrect and slightly risqué, but is always candid and realistic.
This character is an actress, author, and comedian.
This character is a dynamic and iconic talk show host featured in one of the stories.
This character is a jazz singer who is often affiliated with the West Coast Cool School of Jazz.
This character is the author's tormented daughter in Music for Lovers.
This character committed suicide in The Last You'll Hear From Me.
This character is a would-be writer who is obsessed with sexual exploits.
This character is a slightly unethical service station owner...
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