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‘RHOA’ star Kenya Moore plans to release book about her life?

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“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore has had an interesting life. She has often revealed that her mother didn’t want to have her and has neglected her throughout the years. Her aunt decided to raise her instead. This has given Kenya some tough skin. But it sounds like Kenya has quite the story to tell. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Jan. 20, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kenya Moore is now revealing that she is also writing a book.

Porsha Stewart announced last week that she was writing a book about her divorce experiences and growing up as the granddaughter of a famous Atlanta gentleman. Kenya, on the other hand, will be talking about her life. At least that’s what the title hints, since it is called “Invisible.”

But it sounds like she doesn’t have any concrete plans about when the book will be available. “I'm not sure but it has already been written. 'Invisible'," Kenya responded. Of course, many other people have tried to make a fortune by writing their stories in a book. Taylor Armstrong, Kyle Richards, Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas, and Phaedra Parks have all published books. And with Porsha Stewart's book coming out soon, it sounds like there are lots of competition.

What do you think of Kenya's book?


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