Emily Ratajkowski is working on a book of essays.
The model/actress revealed that she had signed a book deal and was writing a series of personal essays on topics such as feminism during an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers on Tuesday.
"I've had a weird experience, obviously, so grateful for my career and my life, but I have a particular perspective that I'd like to share with the world on feminism, on what my experience has been like, and hopefully people will be interested to read them," she said.
Ratajkowski, who is married to producer Sebastian Bear-McClard, also shared that she has had ups and downs throughout the writing process and some days have been easy and productive while others have been harder. However, she is proud that she has already completed 150 pages.
"Right now, at this moment, (it's) very hard, I had a bad day. Every day is different, but I've written 150 pages already," the 28-year-old explained. "Sometimes when I come home and I'm like, 'I didn't get anything done today' or whatever, my husband's like, 'I mean, you wrote 150 pages.'"
Ratajkowski also noted that she gets a lot of writing done on her iPhone while sitting in bed.
Elsewhere in the interview, the star spoke about using her platform to endorse U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders as well as how she learned to run her Inamorata fashion business, which initially launched as a swimwear line in 2017.
"I didn't have a business background but I think just as I grew older and doing so many deals with Instagram and my platform, I got really excited about doing it on my own so I read a book called 'Business for Dummies'... I'm not even kidding. It did help," she laughed.
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