You might know her best as “the voice of reason” on The Real Housewives of New York.
But Carole Radziwill is first and foremost a writer. She spent more than a decade at ABC News, reporting from around the world, and earned three Emmys. Her first book, the memoir What Remains
, spent over twenty weeks on The New York Times
bestseller list. Today, she talk to R@R about her newly published first novel, The Widows Guide to Sex and Dating.
LB: Your first book, What Remains
, is a beautiful memoir about your marriage and losing your young husband to cancer. Now, your debut novel opens with a New York Times
obituary of the heroine’s husband. Two different very different books, both with a widow at the heart of them. How did your experience… Continue