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Kim Richards’ Tell-All Memoir Cancelled By Publisher!

Kim Richards' memoir, The Whole Truth: The Reality of it All, has been axed by publisher Dey Street Books, a division of Harper Collins, according to The Daily Mail.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum's autobiography's initial release date was set for April 28, 2020, but it was pushed back to August last year, and again to February 2, 2021. 

The book has been available for pre-order on Amazon and other retail websites, however, its cover has never been revealed. 

The Harper Collins website last showed the memoir was slated to be published on October 15, 2021, but insiders say that is not the case.

“They killed it,” a source told The Daily Mail. “And they're letting Kim keep the $300,000 book advance.” 

The insider added, “[Harper Collins] said they didn't think they would 'be able' to recoup the money so they're taking it as a loss.”

In February 2020, Richards shared details about her book. “I’ve come to learn that holding onto secrets is like holding your breath. Finally, I feel strong enough to speak my truth,” she said in a statement at the time. “I am unafraid and unapologetic. I am ready.”

The memoir’s description made headlines for its depiction of Kim’s connection to her famous family. “The Whole Truth is the harrowing, all-too-real and ultimately empowering story of a woman who has been through hell and back, endured, grew strong and learned to become her own fiercest advocate,” the synopsis read. “The soul-baring confession of a woman revealing what it was like to be treated like a show pony as a child star, as a disposable object as a wife, a whipping post as a sister and as a tabloid commodity as a celebrity. But above all else, it is a triumphant tale of a determined woman who refused to be broken — a fierce, loving and relatable human who is strong, flawed and real.”


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