The star announced the book on Instagram, sharing a photo of the cover, as well as how the project came about.
“The last couple of years have been a freaking rollercoaster for everyone – there’s been a lot of loss, a lot of big realizations, and a lot of unexpected changes – for most of us, Comunque,” she began in the caption of the post. “It’s no secret I’ve made some big mistakes and have been called out for them, but I’ve also done a lot of reflecting and learning… and writing.”
The star noted that “rock bottom looks different for everyone.”
“It could be the feeling of rejection from a really messy breakup, the stress and uncertainty you feel after being laid off, or just the loss of your sanity because you miss your former life,” lei disse. “By writing this book, I hope to shed some light on what happened with me, but my real hope is that my stories can help someone else find their way out of their own worst times… and maybe laugh at my expense along the way.”
On her Instagram Story, the author said the book will be available on April 26.
Schroeder was given the boot from Bravo’s “Regole di Vanderpump” alongside fellow cast member Kristen Doute after Faith Stowers, a Black former cast member, revealed in an colloquio that Schroeder and Doute once called the cops on her in 2018 and tried to pin crimes on her she didn’t commit.
Several months after being fired, Schroeder sat down for an interview with Tamron Hall, explaining that she largely hadn’t spoken out on the firing because she needed to “processi” what had happened.
“I’m someone who messed up quite a few times. I am the reason why I’m in this situation. I think a lot of people wanted me to focus on cancel culture and whether I was a victim or not, and it’s just not how I feel at all,” ha detto in quel momento.
Schroeder admitted that although she doesn’t label herself a racist, she hasn’t been “antirazzista” e “that’s something I’ve been learning throughout all of this.”