We always love an autobiography of one of our favorite divas, and a tome by Mariah Carey is one title that has been among the most eagerly anticipated for many years, Finally, “The Elusive Chanteuse” has decided to open up to the public; a memoir by Carey is on the top of the list of titles from Andy Cohen Books. Carey’s memoir is going to detail her journey from budding songstress to global superstar.
Henry Holt and Company announced earlier today that the self-named imprint (previously announced by Cohen in 2016) will officially launch in 2020. The imprint will also feature two other nonfiction works by some familiar women to Bravo viewers.
The other works form Andy Cohen Books are “The Queen V,” by Dr. Jacqueline Waters, of Bravo’s Married to Medicine, and “Bodacious Dreams and Bevelations,” by Bevy Smith, a former co-host of Page Six TV and host of Bevelations on Sirius XM’s Radio Andy.
Holt is already the publisher of Cohen’s three best sellers: “Most Talkative,” ″The Andy Cohen Diaries,” and “Superficial.”
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