After the President Clinton/Monica Lewinsky imbroglio of 1998, most
of the major participants wrote books -- with one notable exception.
That may be changing.
The Page Six column of The New York Post reports that the woman at the center of the Clinton impeachment saga is "shopping a top-secret book project."
Page Six: "We're told Lewinsky has been making the rounds with major
publishers, who were all asked to sign nondisclosure agreements to take
the meetings. It's unclear who the front-runners are, but, says an
insider familiar with the project, 'I'm sure every major publisher was
interested in hearing what she had to say.'"
Also from the Post:
former White House intern who touched off the 1998 Bill Clinton scandal
has given past interviews, but kept a very low profile since leaving
for England in 2005 for the London School of Economics.
Lewinsky's rep said yesterday, "I cannot comment on anything at this point."