“RHONJ” star Jackie Goldschneider is working on a book.
The 44-year-old began writing her first book after Season 11 of the Bravo series wrapped, telling Page Six in a recent interview that she loves being able to express herself through humor.
While Goldschneider declined to give any more details about her novel-in-progress, she said, “I’m super excited about that and I’m actually writing it myself, like, not a ghostwriter.”
She added, “What people don’t realize about me is that I love being funny and I love being a witty kind of funny, and a lot of my writing is in that vein of the witty, funny kind of writing.”
Goldschneider has previously written quippy articles for publications including Good Housekeeping, NorthJersey.com and Scary Mommy.
When asked if she would consider venturing into the podcast world like her co-star Margaret Josephs, Goldschneider told us she’ll stick to funny Instagram videos.
“I don’t think I would do it because I love a great podcast and I feel like the market is so saturated,” she explained. “I would hate to be a mediocre podcast and I feel like everyone’s fighting for the same content and the same guests. And I don’t like to do anything that I’m not going to be fabulous at. So I think there’s so many podcasts out there already that I wouldn’t.”
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