She’s an Instagram sensation who has also launched her own podcast – so when is Claudia Oshry’s new book being released?
The blogger – who also runs Insta account Girl With No Job – announced on Tuesday that she’s written a book.
So when can fans get hold of the hotly-anticipated read? And what else do we know about Claudia’s time on social media…
When will Claudia Oshry’s book be released?
- The book will be available on the 26th January 2021. It is on pre-order right now.
Oshry announced on Tuesday that she had written a book about her time on Instagram by sharing a picture of its cover.
Lots of fans shared their excitement in the comments. One person wrote: “What CAN’T she do?!?!”
While another added: “Congrats superstar!!! Can’t wait to read and get my copy autographed!! Ordering now.”
And someone else said: “The best thing to come out of 2020!”
What else has happened in Oshry’s career?
Although facing several potential scandals, Oshry has managed to maintain her fanbase.
The blogger has a huge 3 million followers on Instagram account @Girlwithnojob and has now announced her upcoming book.
However, her podcast The Morning Breath was dropped by Verizon’s Oath after it was revealed her mom was Pamela Geller in 2018, reports Buzzfeed.
Oshry and her sister Jackie – who also appeared on the podcast – both deleted their Twitter accounts at the time.
And during recent months Oshry and Jackie, who she now presents new podcast The Morning Toast with, have faced some criticism.
For example, during the pandemic in May the duo held a birthday party in New York City’s quarantine.
Buzzfeed reports that a nurse asked them to set a better example but the Oshrys instead posted a podcast called Taking Out The Trash.
How has Oshry’s mom been linked to calls for her to be ‘cancelled’?
Claudia Oshry faced calls to be ‘cancelled’ after her mother was revealed to be Pamela Geller.
Geller is an anti-Muslim activist and far-right political commentator. She has written a book called Freedom Or Submission: On the Dangers of Islamic Extremism and American Complacency.
In 2018, the Daily Beast revealed the link and claimed the: “Oshry sisters have gone to great lengths to conceal their connection to their mother.”
The publication alleged that although the sisters – who also include Margo and Olivia- share snaps of themselves, they don’t include their mom in family pictures.
Buzfeed also claimed that fans were “outraged” when Oshry didn’t address a “racist” comment her mother made about George Flloyd.
In addition, it has also been alleged that Oshry tried to “hide racist tweets” from her own Twitter account by deleting them, reports Babe.