Readers who have wanted to watch what happens with television personality Andy Cohen’s new book imprint are now getting their first look.
Publisher Henry Holt announced on Thursday the first three books that will be released under the new Andy Cohen Books imprint.
Among them is a memoir from pop music star Mariah Carey. In an interview with Variety last month, Carey said her book would discuss her “alleged” emotional breakdown as well as the film Glitter, her notorious 2001 box-office bomb.
In a news release, Holt said Carey’s memoir, as yet untitled, “will be about her improbable and inspiring journey; a story of her one-of-a-kind talent, unshakable faith and unconditional love.”
Andy Cohen Books will also publish The Queen V: Everything You Need to Know About Sex, Intimacy and Down There Health Care by Jackie Walters, an OB-GYN doctor and one of the stars of Married to Medicine, a reality show on the Bravo network (where Cohen worked for years as an executive).
The third book to be published under the imprint will be Bodacious Dreams and Bevelations by radio host Bevy Smith, a Bravo television alumna. The book, Holt said, will describe “her metamorphosis from a business woman into a nationally known motivational speaker, brand ambassador, pop culture aficionado and media personality.”
Cohen, best known as the host of the talk show Watch What Happens Live and an executive producer of the hit Real Housewives reality TV shows, is the author of three books, most recently Superficial.
Andy Cohen Books will launch with its first three titles in 2020.
Michael Schaub is an Austin, Texas-based journalist and regular contributor to NPR.