Lisa Taddeo reveals that she & # 39; scared & # 39; is what will happen if the woman is discovered in the identity of the book

An author who drove six times through the US to write a book about women's sex life has revealed that she & # 39; bang & # 39; is what will happen if one of their identities is revealed when her work is published.

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Lisa Taddeo, 39, from Connecticut, changed the names of housewife Lina and restorer Sloane in her non-fiction book Three Women, which will be available on July 9.

But the writer, who was thousands of hours older than eight years to interview dozens of women, is particularly concerned about Sloane's discovery.

& # 39; Sloane has the most to lose if she is discovered, which makes me very scared & # 39 ;, reports the Times. & # 39; She is also a little scared. I think about that every night. & # 39;

Author Lisa Taddeo, pictured, 39, from Connecticut, has written about the sex life and women's desires in her book Three Women. She said that a subject, Sloane, has the most to lose if her identity is discovered

Author Lisa Taddeo, pictured, 39, from Connecticut, has written about the sex life and women's desires in her book Three Women. She said that a subject, Sloane, has the most to lose if her identity is discovered

In her new book, Lisa shows the desires and sex life of three women, but she spoke to more than 30 people during the research process.

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Lina, a housewife in Indiana, has grown into a passionless marriage for decades when she starts an affair that soon becomes omnipresent and changes her life.

Sloane, an entrepreneur in the Northeast, is married to a man who likes to see how she has sex with other men and women.

While Maggie, a high school student in North Dakota, starts a relationship with her married English teacher and goes to court in vain.

Lisa, pictured with her family, talked to more than 30 women in the eight years she wrote the book and even moved to some of the cities where they lived to learn their stories

Lisa, pictured with her family, talked to more than 30 women in the eight years she wrote the book and even moved to some of the cities where they lived to learn their stories

Lisa, pictured with her family, talked to more than 30 women in the eight years she wrote the book and even moved to some of the cities where they lived to learn their stories

The author, in the photo, spoke to African-American and Asian women as she researched her book, but said they wanted to tell their stories more & # 39;

The author, in the photo, spoke to African-American and Asian women as she researched her book, but said they wanted to tell their stories more & # 39;

The author, in the photo, spoke to African-American and Asian women as she researched her book, but said they wanted to tell their stories more & # 39;

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Despite being published in the MeToo era, Lisa started her book eight years ago and does not know if she & # 39; felt that something was coming & & # 39 ;.

& # 39; I was very interested in the stories of women and I didn't think they were told & # 39 ;, she told the publication.

Instead, Lisa, who has six-year-old daughter Fox, said her work tells more about the relationship women have with each other, not about how they treat men.

& # 39; I think these stories tell us as a triad that women are the most judgmental for other women, & # 39; she added.

Three Women by Lisa Taddeo is out on July 9

Three Women by Lisa Taddeo is out on July 9

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Three Women by Lisa Taddeo is out on July 9

To try to show the desire in all types of women and diversity, Lisa spoke with women from all walks of life.

Although the last three are all white, they come from different backgrounds and are of different ages.

Lisa spoke to African-American and Asian women, but said they wanted to tell their stories more & # 39 ;.

Writing the non-fiction book, which author Elizabeth Gilbert wrote a & # 39; literary masterpiece & # 39; was a challenge for Lisa.

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She admitted that at the end of her two-year contract & # 39; thousands of words nothing & # 39; and needed more time.

Fortunately, Lisa & # 39; s editor was fine with the delay in the publication and so she continued to meet different women until all elements of the story came together.

In the eight years it took to create Three Women, Lisa & # 39; s husband Jackson Waite, 38, even left his job in LA and went to live with her in Indiana, where he worked in a kmart.

Lisa worked as a journalist for many years before being offered a book deal by an editor who presented her piece on table hosts and the & # 39; half-hooker economy & # 39; saw.

She also interviewed Rachel Uchitel, who got caught up in the Tiger Woods sex scandal.

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