Rachel Lindsay to Release Book of Personal Essays Next Year: 'Y'all Know I Won't Hold Back'
Rachel Lindsay headed over to Instagram on Thursday to share the exciting news that she is releasing a book of personal essays next year.
The Season 13 Bachelorette’s tome is titled “Miss Me with That” and is expected to hit stores January 25, 2022. (It’s available for pre-order here.)
“Been waiting to share this!” Rachel wrote alongside an image of the book cover. “So thrilled to finally be able to tell y’all that I have been working on my first book. MISS ME WITH THAT, a collection of personal essays, is available on 1.25.22, and I cannot wait for it to be in your hands.”
The new author added, “Y’all know I won’t hold back... I’m telling MY story, sharing my experiences, and opening my heart.”
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It wasn’t long before Rachel spoke more about her literary project during Thursday’s broadcast of “Extra,” on which she serves as a correspondent.
“Listen, this is a book of personal essays. All of them are about love, life, relationships, friendships,” she told host Billy Bush. “I feel like my story has been told by so many other people on camera. Now, this is the off-camera version. If you know anything about me, I don’t hold back.”
Rachel’s book announcement comes days before her final “Bachelor Happy Hour” podcast episode drops Tuesday, May 4. Earlier this week, the beloved franchise star discussed her decision to depart the Bachelor Nation podcast after nearly two years and 100 episodes.
“It feels like we just started. But at the same time, I feel like we’ve been doing this forever,” Rachel told co-host Becca Kufrin on April 27’s 99th episode. “It’s been really great building this ‘Bachelor Happy Hour’ audience.”