Meghan Markle May Be Planning To Write Her Own Book
Apparently, the Duchess of Sussex could make her debut in literature soon. According to reports from the British press, Meghan Markle has considered writing a biographical book and has even received numerous publication offers.
After the publication of the book The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister: Part One where her half-sister Samantha Markle reveals some "hidden truths", Meghan Markle may be considering defending her image through a book of her own. According to reports in the British press, the Duchess of Sussex has considered making her debut in literature and has even received numerous offers of publication from different publishers.
Meghan Markle could write a book herself
Although the wife of Prince Harry has not commented on the matter, apparently the publication of the explosive book written by her half-sister Samantha has already raised concern among Markle's inner circle, to the point of leading her to consider putting her own life on paper through an auto-biography book.
As the expert Katie Nicholl mentioned to the newspaper Express, Meghan has spoken with friends about the possibility of writing a biographical book.
A friend of Meghan's told royal correspondent Nicholl, "Meghan has some very serious book deals on the table. They are all up for consideration."
Meghan Markle's relationship with the publishing industry prior to the publication of her biographical book
It should be noted that this is not the first time that Meghan Markle has been said to prepare for her arrival in the publishing industry.
In 2019, the newspaper The Sun assured that the actress was also planning the publication of a children's book. Rumors flared up again in December last year when Harry and Meghan registered the Archewell trademark for editorial purposes in the United States.
In addition, Meghan wrote dozens of articles on her now-defunct blog The Tig and was able to demonstrate her editorial skills when she served as guest editor for the September issue of British Vogue, in 2019.