The widows guide to sex and dating
We watched as returning cast members Ramona Singer, Sonja Morgan, Aviva Drescher, Heather Thomson, and Carole Radziwill, (Lu Ann de Lesseps will be joining the cast but in a recurring role), welcomes the show’s newcomer Kristen Taekman into their fun and eventful circle of friends.
It was Carole and Aviva who provided us with the first dose of drama as Carole defended her career as a professional author, but she needn’t worry about her reputation seeing as her new novel, , will ultimately speak for itself.
It's funny when you write memoirs -- no one thinks you're an unlikable character!
But when you write a novel, plenty of people will find the opportunity to say, "I didn't really like Claire." And that really hurts! I don't think characters need to be likable, but I think she is!
And the downside is there are a lot of people who bought my first book who would never watch the show and might think less of me because of my involvement in it.
But I didn't expect "What Remains" would go back on the best-sellers list.
That, I think, had never happened in publishing; that book's been out for six or seven years.
It makes sense, given the circumstances under which she joined the show, after an internal debate over perceived seriousness versus the advantages of a boost in sales: "The downside is there are a lot of people who bought my first book who would never watch the show and might think less of me because of my involvement in it," Radziwill told Salon.
"On the other hand, there are millions of people who do watch the show and would learn about me and Google and find out more and end up buying the first book.""Widow's Guide" is not meant to be a guide in any fashion.
You try not to think about that, but let's be honest.