“This journey has been a long and arduous one, but also cathartic for me,” she says of the writing process. “I think you're going to see a little bit more of my vulnerability than you do on the show. It's honest, and hopefully, women across the country can relate to it.”
Though she’s hopeful that it will make an impact on all readers, Tutor is also happy to see that the book has already gained traction with two of her biggest fans: her daughters Juliet, 14, and Scarlett, 11.
“My daughters are where I put all my effort and energy and thoughts first,” says Tutor. “So I bounce stuff off Juliet all the time and she's in the process of reading the book now. In my opinion, sharing what I've been through — both business-wise and personally — in that book is teaching her those skills at 14 and a half, and it’s pretty awesome that she was actually interested enough to pick it up. Not because I'm her mom, but because she was like, ‘I'm just so proud of you.’"
Despite how candid she is in the book, Tutor says that there’s nothing she wouldn’t want her daughters to read.
“I'm so honest with my daughters. That's a big part of why we have such a good relationship and why we're so close. It's because I'm unfiltered,” Tutor says. “They know who I am. They know what I believe in. And they know my values.”
Fear Is Just a Four-Letter Word is available now at all major book retailers.
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