I Suck… gives readers 10 helpful tips to avoid “screwing up your happily ever after.” Bethenny explains she was inspired to write the book because, while she is “very good” at business, she is obviously, “VERY bad” at love. “When it comes to my love life, I’m the first to admit that I’ve had a few bumps in the road.”
Bethenny Frankel is doing double book duty! Her new book “Skinnygirl Cocktails” released today. She’ll be doing a load of promotion for that one and she’s still busy doing press work for “Cookie Meets Peanut,” including readings and book signings with Cookie in tow. Perhaps this is why she wasn’t along for the Real Housewives of New York’strips to the Hamptons and Arizona – previous contractual agreements for the books?
Bethenny shared the photo above and captioned it, “My newest book #SkinnygirlCocktails comes out today!! Get it wherever books are sold! All of my favorite @skinnygirl party drink and snack recipes in one handy little book!”
Never one to shy away from the truth, Bethenny opened up about her new book, the possibility of a return to the show that made her famous, Scary Island, fake housewives and her surprising connection to Aviva Drescher.
Bethenny was in Coral Gables, Florida yesterday to attend a book signing for newly released "Skinnygirl Solutions: Your Straight-Up Guide To Home, Health, Family, Career, Style And Sex'. Fans stopped by Books And Books to pick up a copy of the book (which just released yesterday) and to meet the business mogul in person. Have you read any of Bethenny's book?
Bethenny has just a few weeks left until the big premiere of her talk show 'bethenny'. Are you planning to tune in and see how she does?
Bethenny Frankel’s new book Skinnydipping debuts on Tuesday, May 1st, and it looks like she might have a hit on her hands.
This is Bethenny’s first attempt at fiction and the early reviews are positive. The Hollywood Reporter gushed:
Skinnydipping is a totally fun, dishy read, especially for fans of reality TV. Clearly, Frankel has drawn inspiration from her own life to construct the plot of the novel and half the fun is trying to figure which characters and events might be drawn from her real life and which are entirely made up.
Love her or hate her, you can’t deny she’s doing something right when it comes to branding and business ventures. And apparently she can write novels, too.