No doubt Star Jones pulled upon her experiences at The View to write her debut novel, Satan's Sisters. However, based on the reviews dubbing this read as "boring", "uninspired" and "just silly", maybe she didn't pull much from the show after all. With all the cat-fighting and back-stabbing experience, why not dish a little dirt... the people who would have cared might have liked to read your "fictionalized" version. Hear her thoughts on the subject in the clip from The Gayle King Show below.
Star Jones, Lawyer & TV personality
Satan's Sisters (2011)
Set in the bright lights of daytime television, SATAN'S SISTERS is the story of The Lunch Club--a long-running, popular ladies' talk show in which alliances are forged, careers are made, and bridges are burned. The show's famous red couch is ruled by its esteemed matriarch, Maxine Robinson, the first African-American to become a network news anchor, who maintains a hidden safe of diaries chronicling others' indiscretions for posterity--and leverage as needed. But even all-knowing Maxine is caught off-guard when now superstar former co-host Heather Hope makes a ratings-gold guest appearance only to announce a bombshell: the imminent inside scoop straight from the mouth of another ousted member of The Lunch Club's inner sanctum.