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Losing My Virginity

Losing My Virginity: The Autobiography (ISBN 1-8522-7684-3) is a 1998 autobiography by Richard Branson. A paperback version (ISBN 0-7535-1020-0) was released in 2002. The book features Richard Branson's story from rags to riches. A later version was released in 2005 in hardback and paperback expressing Branson's views on 9/11 and how it has affected his business, especially his airline Virgin Atlantic.

The book is being adapted into a biopic of Branson by David Mirkin, who will write, direct and co-produce the film with Steven Paul.[1]

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  • "Losing My Virginity: The Autobiography", Amazon, Retrieved on September 14, 2010.
  • "Losing My Virginity", Virgin Books, Retrieved on September 14, 2010.
  1. ^ McNary, Dave (2010-10-29). "David Mirkin to adapt Richard Branson's memoir".  
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