Steve Harvey

January 22, 2011 by Post Team 

Steve Harvey, A recently retired teacher for the school system of Richmond, was in the parking lot at Barnes & Noble 7:00 to 2:00 before the opening of the bookstore – to obtain his ticket for the tail to the book signing Steve Harvey.”

She returned in 13 hours – 41 / 2 hours before the scheduled appearance on Harvey’s shop in Midlothian. She was among the first in line to get his copy of “Talk Straight, No Chaser: How to find, understand and keep a man”, signed by actor / radio-TV host / author.

Hundreds of adoring fans injured in the store shelves, and hundreds more lined up in the cold outside to see Harvey, whose second book of advice following his first at the top of The New York Times best-advice-Hardcover seller list.

Before his arrival, many in the crowd were reading their tweets and knew that his bus was stuck in traffic. Cheers went up as he and his entourage entered the store a few minutes late. He immediately went to sign copies of his book.

A left turns, he signed a quick squiggle-S-H and talked very briefly about each client. “I love you back, baby. … Hello, my darling. … No, I cannot customize it. They told me to move forward and stop all this stuff.”

Hill said she and John Hill Jr. were married for 41 years and are very happy. She read the first book of Harvey’s “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” and expects to find good advice in his new book, too.

“You always need new information,” she said. “We must keep cool, because if you do not, Suzie is always in the corner.”

Said that the hill had been married for over four decades, Harvey smiled. “Everybody does not need your help,” he said. “If she has been married for 41 years, she probably thought that many things.

“I just hope that this book will allow some people to have a history of 41 years.”

Harvey’s long-running “” Steve Harvey Morning Show’’EST the Premier Radio Networks. He is the new host of the TV series “Family Feud.” He has a tour coming comedy-gospel and has recently started “The Steve Harvey”Project talk-show cable television. Richmond is the fourth of five steps before Harvey Library on the airwaves to promote his book.

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