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Shep Rose wants to go from a party boy to a best-selling author.
The “Southern Charm” star is releasing his first collection of essays, “Average Expectations: Lessons in Lowering the Bar,” he announced Thursday.
He will discuss relationships, his travels, and more.
Rose first revealed to Page Six in an early November interview that he kept himself busy during lockdown by writing a book.
“Hopefully it’ll be coming out in February, but it’s not about this season,” he laughed. “That would have been — yeah, no. It’s more about just my crazy life and trials and tribulations. And it’s a comedy I’d like to say, I think.”
He previously tried to become a published author in a different medium.
“I’ve written a lot in the past, mostly like just essays [on] my travels,” he said. “I’ve lived all around the world. And I mean, I wrote a 9,000 page essay on my time in Costa Rica and tried to turn it into several publications to be met with, ‘Nah, dude.’”
He’s grateful that Simon & Schuster took a chance on his book, telling us: “I went into that meeting with [the executives in] New York and I was in awe, like, ‘How many people have walked through these halls?’ I’m a huge fan of literature, so I was very humbled to be there.”
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