Ginger Zee is not only a much loved television personality but has also made a name for herself as an author, and is currently celebrating a big achievement in that domain.
The Good Morning America star took to social media to reveal that her latest book, A Little Closer to Home, has made the New York Times bestseller list.
She shared the news with a shot of the cover with the words: "New York Times Best Seller!!!" written atop it to highlight her excitement.
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In the caption, she delivered a heartfelt message, writing: "Time to celebrate! 'A Little Closer To Home' is #9 on the NYT best seller list (Non-Fiction).
"Thank you all. I'm committed to finding ways for everyone to have access to therapy and correct diagnoses — because everyone deserves to feel their fuse box has been reset (that's how I feel in my healthy place).
"That's my next intention with the success of these books…use the access I am privileged to have, the financial & family support. I want to bring it to others. Thank you!!! #nytbestseller #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters"
Ginger revealed her book made the New York Times bestseller list
Many took to the comments to congratulate her on the achievement, including her colleagues Martha Raddatz, who wrote: "Never doubted it would be!! Congratulations Ginger. You are AMAZING," and Gio Benitez, saying: "Yes Yes Yes!!!"
Fans were equally thrilled for Ginger, with one saying: "This is amazing, such a great book. well-deserved ging," another writing: "This is a no-brainer. Congratulations," and a third also adding: "I'm loving your book! I bought one for my mom also and she read it in a day! Thank you for sharing!"
ABC's chief meteorologist has opened up about the experiences that informed her book on several talk shows as well, including on GMA itself.
The meteorologist also promoted the book on GMA
She spoke to her co-hosts about her new release and shared the clip on social media, writing: "This memoir is about healing: diving into the trauma, the maintenance and hard work it takes to stay mentally healthy— and about realizing the storms don't last forever."
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