It's official -- Teresa Giudice is definitely writing a tell-all book and it's going to be here sooner than you think. In July it was announced that the star of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" had been keeping a diary during her time in prison in the hopes of turning it into a book. Now, a publisher at Gallery Books is sharing some exclusive details about the project you're going to want to hear.
As was reported by People, Jennifer Bergstrom released a statement on Wednesday confirming that the book is in the works. She shared with "RHONJ" fans that the memoir will feature stories from Teresa's early life through her recent incarceration and beyond. The book will be called, "Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again." It is due for release on Feb. 9, 2016, around the same time Teresa will be finished serving out her 15-month prison sentence.
"While we've all watched Teresa's life unfold on television, 'Turning the Tables' will mark the first time we will hear all of Teresa's incredible life story, including her recent stint in prison," Bergstrom said.
Her lawyer, James Leonard was the first to hint that Teresa, 43, may be penning a new book. He released several scanned copies from pages of the "RHONJ" star's diary to the public, allowing them to get a taste of what's in store in the book as well as what her day-to-day life behind bars is really like. The pages featured everything from mundane facts about what the prison served for lunch that day to which inmates were fighting on her cell block.
Viewers can delve further into Teresa's prison stint by tuning in to Bravo's three-part series, "Real Housewives of New Jersey: Teresa Checks In." Part one aired Oct. 11, revealing to fans that the Giudice matriarch still remains very much in control of her family's daily life while in prison. She receives 300 minutes per month which she uses to check in each day. Teresa also has unlimited access to email, so she makes sure to send instructions requiring great detail to her husband, Joe Giudice, and children through that. Previews for part two suggest viewers will get a better idea of how rough prison has actually been for the reality star as she reveals that she was "shaken down" after mysteriously sending tweets from her personal account. It has since been revealed that her eldest daughter, Gia Giudice, was responsible for the tweets, although prison guards initially believed she had smuggled in a phone.
No further details about Teresa's book are available at this time. "RHONJ" fans can likely expect to hear more as its February 2016 release date grows closer.