That makes sense. Would they all go through the same publisher, though? (Slightly related, I find it strange to call a book written by a youn(er) person memoir. I know that it's the term but I always associate a memoir with something that gets written once someone has reached old age and is looking back on their long life. Regardless of what he's been through already, it feels like Harry is far too young for a memoir).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.
Harry, William and Kate established a mental health foundation, if memory serves. I also think Harry was actively involved in other causes. I certainly think mistakes have been made (on both sides) but I don't think it's fair to call him a grifter. The man has actively served his country in the military.How would the Windsor-Mountbattens know ANYTHING about those topics? The Art of the Grift Royale is more like it.