I'd definitely be interested in the memoir.
I think I wasn't clear. CA allows grandparents to petition the courts for visitation rights. But there are criteria that has to be met for them to be granted. And this situation doesn't meet any of the criteria as far as I can tell.Interesting. I thought this is only possible if there is evidence for lack of parenting skills/negligence.
A bit of semantics at play I suspect based on various things floating around the internet. Where you have reps for the Sussex's stating no book is in the works or being held back for release upon the Queens death.
Yes. Much like a singer that gets signed and the $500M deal is contingent on the first album's success. There won't be $500M and ten albums if the first doesn't do well.I don't believe a 4 book deal because that's not the way publishers work. Harry isn't an established writer. Publishers would have to advance money for four books. It's likely that the deal is actually that they will see how Book #1 sells before scheduling any more books.
Yes I’m sure the potential 4 book deal is contingent upon the other books selling well.I don't believe a 4 book deal because that's not the way publishers work. Harry isn't an established writer. Publishers would have to advance money for four books. It's likely that the deal is actually that they will see how Book #1 sells before scheduling any more books.
You guys know Harry won't really be writing the book himself most likely right? I don't know much about how the ghostwriting process works but I would be pretty astonished if he wasn't going to be working with one.
It depends on what the other books are. Maybe he wants to write a children's book or a fiction book. Or a self-help book that isn't a memoir. Unless they say, it's impossible to know at this point.^Would they even be able to fill four books at this point? Sure, especially Harry has been through a lot, but four books? They're not that old and there's a lot of life left to live for them.
I happen to own one of Prince Charles's exam papers, from when he was in the Navy. (really!). It's technical, but he can write quite well. He does have a university degree, (Trinity, Cambridge) after all, as does William (St Andrew's). So do Beatrice (U of London), Eugenie (Newcastle), and Edward Wessex (Jesus College, Oxford). And Richard Duke of Gloucester has an Architecture degree from Magdalene, Cambridge. I'm sure there are others.Is be astonished if anyone in the Royal Family, except the spouses who marry in, could cohesively write more than 4 paragraphs in a row….