Bethenny Frankel’s offering up the skinny on her debut novel, Skinnydipping. “This was by far the most inspiring and passionate project that I have worked on in my career. It felt like the book was writing itself," the world’s best multi-tasker spills to UsWeekly.
Bethenny’s dive into fiction centers on Faith Brightstone (and her dog Muffin!) who starts out in L.A. with stars in her eyes and ends up in New York struggling to find her place. Sound vaguely familiar? Part of the book’s guilty pleasure appeal is that you don’t know which chapters are drawn from Bethenny’s imagination and which are rooted in real-life experiences. “People will devour it like a decadent box of chocolates!" the Bethenny Ever After star promises the magazine.
Go ahead and see for yourself over at The Hollywood Reporter; Bethenny shared a four-page peek at the prologue to the book, which releases May 1 and is dedicated “to our imagination. Without it, we wouldn’t be able to travel to places we never thought we could go, to dream about things that we never thought we could do, and to feel the feeling of pure freedom. Let your imagination run wild. It may take you somewhere so incredible that you can hardly believe it is true.”
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I have worked with my hubby in our business for 26 years. I can't tell you how many times he has fired me and I have fired him or How many times I have threatened to go work else where. With many therapy sessions and lots of work we are still happily married and working together. Bit of advice..Leave work at work and separate work hours from home hours. Try not to discuss too much work at home and when at home only deal with home issues. If talking work both walk into the home office...work talk is off limits in the rest of the house..especially the bedroom. Love your show, books and drinks~ XoXo