[BEWARE: SPOILERS] As a person who had a successful career in the celebrity world, and also having several friends who are best-selling authors, I was disappointed that this film was so off in how things work in those worlds. Firstly, no writer would be advanced $300,000 on their first book unless they are already a mega-star for some accomplishment other than writing. Secondly, if a husband wrote a book about his wife's life, it would be a goldmine and a no-brainer for agents and publicists to have both parties on tour. The wife definitely wouldn't be left at home. And, national, major-city book tours don't just fall into place like this film portrays. Tours almost never happen at all, unless - again, the writer is already a very well known celebrity or has written a number of very successful books. What is correctly portrayed in this film is that it doesn't take much success to make some people start believing their own press, start thinking too highly of themselves, and forget the values that had previously been the foundations of their lives. The surprise ending of this film is interesting, but not at all plausible - so all in all, this film is a let-down on several levels. As far as a movie to watch just to kill an hour and a half or so, it's not an awful choice.