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Lisa Rinna, Jennifer Aniston

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So Lisa Rinna—already an author on the New York Times best seller list, FYI—is going to pen a new novel after all of her newfound success with that cute little self-help book Rinnavation: Getting Your Best Life Ever. Between her and Lauren Conrad can anyone be an author now? We sure hope so.

Lisa tells Entertainment Weekly she's already begun planning the book. Especially the bitchy villain:

"It's going to be a few people put together," Rinna tells EW. "I've had a lot of really interesting run-ins with women in my life and in my career. And you gotta remember that my husband's been married a few times and there's a couple of interesting women in the landscape so to speak. So I think this book could be mindblowing [laughs]!"

We kinda heart LR, especially because the babe is always so candid. But we can't help but wish another celeb was also adding author to her resume…

Like Jennifer Aniston!

As much as we're into half-truth Hollywood bitch-tails, we would just die if Jen was going to be the one to do a tell-all semi based on her life. And she must do it. Must!

Think about all the possibilities: Like how the antagonist, say, Shmangalina Holie got a bad wrap for stealing Jen's hubby when in reality the marriage was over way before the dark-haired temptress entered their sun-kissed lives. And how maybe Jenny's humpy hubby, Brandon Ritz-Sausage, always had an eye for the gardener at their palatial Hollywood mansion, rarely Jen's (or, rather, her protagonist, Honey Margarita's) supple bosom, which was always bare and oiled by the roman outdoor pool.

Chill my illiterate E! lawyers, remember—these are half truths, those darling little things that made Jackie Collins rich and Dubya hated. You readers can figure out what's real from fiction here, right?

And for you Team Aniston peeps out there, don't hate. You know you all want to hear the real dish there, too. And we love our Jen! We think she would write the best book evah. Her recent Elle mag interview was just not enough. And for the record—we so don't think JA is the media lonely girl. Just that maybe she picks the wrong fellas. She could so change that if she wanted to.