Caroline Calloway appears to finally be ready to stage her official comeback. And true to form, it'll apparently be via two new books dubbed And We Were Like and Scammer.
But first, a little background. A few years ago, Calloway gained a substantial online following thanks to her lengthy, autobiographical Instagram posts that documented her glamorous, jet-setting life — something that segued into a six-figure book deal for And We Were Like, the book about her Cambridge adventures which she famously received a six-figure advance for.
However, on top of never turning in the manuscript and inciting major backlash for "scamming" her fans out of $165 to attend a "lifestyle and writing workshop" that never panned out, Calloway also became a hot topic of conversation last fall when her former friend and alleged ghostwriter Natalie Beach wrote a piece for The Cut about their experience working together.
Needless to say, Calloway had a helluva 2019 and now says that she's using her experiences from the past year as the basis for Scammer. And according to Calloway's Instagram, the pre-sale will start on the January anniversary, or "Scammiversary," of those disastrous workshops.
Not only that, but Calloway then followed up by saying she would also finally be publishing And We Were Like. And while it has yet to be seen whether she'll follow through this time, we're definitely going to be keeping tabs on this one.
In the meantime, see Calloway's Instagram announcement posts, below.
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