Sheree Whitfield is once again a cast member of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, and just like every other Real Housewife on the block, she’s going to put her name all over everything possible in order to make a few extra bucks.
That being said, her latest venture is her very own book, which she’s supposedly penned by herself, but I think we all know that no one really writes their own book.
Still yet, chick needs some money, and she took to her Instagram account to show off the cover for her new book, which will be released on January 31st, 2017.
The title of the book will be Wives, Fiancées, and Side-Chicks of Hotlanta.
You can view the cover for the book below:
The book is now available for pre-order on Amazon.
Sheree captioned the photo:
Luvs, it’s finally here! You’re the first to see the cover of my first novel. It’s juicy – can you tell if it’s real or rumor? Coming soon to bookshelves near you! #RHOA #WontHeDoIt #SoExcited
Below is a summary of the book:
From Shereé Whitfield, one of the stars of Bravo TV’s hit show The Real Housewives of Atlanta, comes a debut novel that’s a page-turning mix of rumor, fiction, and a tantalizing dash of reality…
Sasha Wellington has put herself on the fast track to success. Fresh out of college, she’s got her career as a fashion designer and entrepreneur all planned out. Her only wild card is choosing which city to launch from. When fate points her to Atlanta, she sets out to make her dreams come true…
Before she knows it, Sasha’s befriended by two rival BFFs. First there’s Norman, savvy stylist to Atlanta’s stars, from the A-list on down. Then there’s Nina, an outrageous personality with a questionable nightlife. Between their antics, Sasha’s beyond grateful for her coworker, Casey. Married to an NBA player, Casey’s got class. But there’s more than meets the eye to being a baller’s wife. And the more time Sasha spends among the movers and shakers, the clearer it gets that just like on reality TV, the truth lies behind-the-scenes. Still, she’s not worried about getting caught up in the drama—until she’s romanced by a baller of her own. Can she stick to her game plan, or will Hotlanta derail her future—and reveal a side of herself even she didn’t know existed?
So, the book is actually going to be a novel, rather than an autobiography, which is a bit odd.
I mean, no offense, but I’m sure her real life is a lot more entertaining and interesting than anything she could conjure from her imagination.
Still, we have to ask:
Are you going to pick up a copy of Sheree’s book?