You get your own imprint after having a successful book, and then how does it work?
A New York Times best selling author and owner of her own publishing imprint, Steffans Publishing, her recent impressive credentials don’t sit right with her cultural and racial community according to Steffans, herself.
So, it was two months before she even hit the airwaves, so she was very new at her job.
I don’t think that she understood, in her newness, how to be objective while doing the interview and not letting her personal feelings get in the way of being a talk show host, like her mentor which would be Oprah.
Instead, Steffans emerged center stage, much to the surprise and discomfort of many of the aforementioned power players and pseudo-celebrities. I live in a bubble and I don’t care what goes on outside of my house and people who live in it with me.
Self-proclaimed “Vixen,” Karrine Steffans, has positioned herself as an expert on men and all that they encompass, as if relaying the detailed and intricate rules of a board game. But there are moments of silence in between all the chaos. PR.com: How much time went by between the publication of PR.com: Talking about some of the people you write about in your books, everyone knows you had a serious relationship with Bill Maher.