Now that Carole Radziwill and Aviva Drescher addressed #Bookgate, and the question of whether Carole did or did not use a ghostwriter, on last night's Real Housewives of New York City reunion, Carole is ready to move on…to another book project.
The bestselling author and Emmy-winning former ABC news producer revealed to Buzzfeed that she's working on a new tome. "It’s a collection of essays. A lot of it is experiential, stuff that I did when I was at ABC that I’ve never really written about," she explains. "My experience of going to Afghanistan, the war, I never wrote about. And also, relationships and men and being in love."
Carole previously penned the bestselling memoir What Remains, which chronicles the death of her husband and his cousins John F. Kennedy, Jr. and Carolyn Bessette. This year, she also published her first novel, the dark comedy The Widow's Guide to Sex and Dating.
The RHONY star also admits one other genre she'd like to try her hand at if she ever got around to writing about her co-stars. "I think if I ever wrote about the Housewives, it would be slapstick comedy," she jokes.
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