Mary L. Trump already shopping follow-up to ‘Too Much and Never Enough’11/17/2020
Mary L. Trump is shopping a follow-up to her recent Donald Trump tell-all, “Too Much and Never Enough,” Page Six has learned.
Publishing houses are currently bidding on the new book, we hear. The author has signed with literary agent Pilar Queen at UTA, sources said. She was previously repped by WME, which sold the last book in a competitive auction. One publishing pro told us that Simon & Schuster — which released “Too Much and Never Enough” in July — is not interested in the next Trump book.
Another insider told us of the new one, “It’s being shopped around, and [Simon & Schuster] are still one of the bidders.” “Too Much and Never Enough” sold 1.35 million copies in its first week. Mary’s uncle Robert Trump — the younger brother of President Trump — took legal action to try and block its publication, claiming Mary had signed a nondisclosure agreement. The suit didn’t succeed, and Robert died in August.
UTA hired Queen in 2019. Her clients include top chef Grant Achatz and Bloomberg tech writers Brad Stone and Emily Chang. She’s married to New York Times financial columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin.
Meanwhile, Page Six has reported how President Trump is being courted with book and TV deals for his post-White House life.
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