Saturday, July 30, 2011

Hilary headed to Brazil for Elixir Release

Hilary Duff is going to Rio de Janeiro to promote her first book Elixir.

According to the Brazilian website G1, Hilary will be there in September.

The event Hilary will be participating in will take place from September 1st to 11th in the Riocentro area of the city.

This will be Hilary's second time going to Brazil. She was there back in 2008 for her Dignity Tour.

In 2006 Hilary was scheduled to go to Brazil, but the tour was canceled when she got sick.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Hilary at Nail Garden Salon - July 28, 2011

Hilary Duff went to Nail Garden Salon on Thursday for a manicure and pedicure.

Credit: So... Hilicious.

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Hilary takes dog Jak on Bike Ride

Hilary Duff took her dog Jak on a bike ride. Hilary tweeted:

Oh my gosh! Yes! This is happening! Jak is going on a joy ride!

Source: Hilary Duff TwitPic.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Devoted Plot Synopsis

A plot description for Hilary Duff's new book Devoted (the sequel to Elixir) has been revealed:

Since Sage was kidnapped, Clea has no way of knowing if he is alive or dead. And even though she has only just discovered they were soulmates, she feels like a part of her is lost forever. What’s worse, she can’t even turn to her best friend Ben—because every time she looks at him, all she sees is his betrayal. But waiting for something to happen is not an option, so Clea is ready for action. Suffering through dreams of seeing Sage with another woman, she makes an uneasy alliance with Sage’s enemies and sets out to be reunited with this life or the next.

Source: iTunes Preview.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Hilary Duff talks about Bullying

I just came across this video of Hilary Duff talking about bullying. The video is a few months old but I had never seen it before. It was for the Barnes and Noble "No Name-Calling Week" back in January.

"Hey everyone. I am Hilary Duff, the author of Elixir and I just wanted to take a second to talk to everyone about bullying, and how it affects us all. When one person is verbally or mentally abusive, the damages can last a lifetime. And sometimes words can hurt much more than physical cuts or bruises. Believe it or not, people that are hurting are usually the ones that hurt others, and it comes from a place of insecurity. So take the high road. Don't be a part of the problem, be a part of the solution. Thanks."