Truth is being twisted, as Teresa Giudice continues her Bravo engineered comeback, working her way back onto her Real Housewives of New Jersey throne.
As reported, Bravo’s formula to revive the criminally polluted franchise is to convince viewers that Teresa’s prison memoir, Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again, is a knockout hit. Overwhelming reader support translates to wildly restored fan popularity—shifting Giudice from her true identity as a fallen reality thief, to the restored queen of Bravo.
Giudice‘s prison memoir, “Turning the Tables: From Housewife to Inmate and Back Again” debuted number #2 on the New York Times bestseller’s list, two spots ahead of Pope Francis’ “The Name of God is Mercy” tome. The 43-year old’s book was co-written by K.C. Baker and published four days after Giudice was released from federal prison, where she served roughly 11.5 months of a 15-month sentence on fraud related charges.
Teresa’s first book signing turnout was lackluster, and reader reviews are mixed at best, so how is the felon storyteller landing so successfully on her feet? An exclusive insider spoke to All About the Tea and this exclusive scoop will have every viewer throwing major side-eye, at the Bravo machine.
[otw_shortcode_quote border=”bordered” border_style=”bordered” color=”#3366ff”]”It appears that Bravo purchased 3,000 of Teresa’s books, to make it happen. Her category only requires a few thousand books sold. They even bought out a bookstore, and had a ‘sold out’ poster displayed, to make the dud book look like a smash.”[/otw_shortcode_quote]
Interestingly, a second source has come forward, reiterating how the “Bestseller” list deal works.
[otw_shortcode_quote border=”bordered” border_style=”bordered” color=”#3366ff”]”It is easy to make the NYT list once. You can get on with as little as 3000 copies sold,” the source adds, “The true test is total sales, and if it stays on the list.” [/otw_shortcode_quote]
Our exclusive insider spills details about Giudice’s modus operandi, when it comes to jacking up book sales, while making a quick buck.
[otw_shortcode_quote border=”bordered” border_style=”bordered” color=”#3366ff”]”Teresa’s big thing was buying her own books at cost, at local bookstores, (which count towards NYT List) then taking them to her events and selling them herself, at full-price. CASH ONLY of course—it’s really shady, and no legitimate author would ever do that.”[/otw_shortcode_quote]
Teresa’s past is haunting her, as she sashays into her reinvented post-prison reality. Local businesses lost, while Teresa Giudice went shopping, and lived in luxury—could Teresa be up to her old tricks today?
Do you think that viewers will believe Bravo’s smoke and mirror strategies? Fans are being manipulated, and should feel insulted—but will they?