Elizabeth Edwards has been willing to talk about most anything in interviews about her new memoir that details her husband John's affair, but only under one condition: Interviewers must agree not to mention the name of the other woman in their broadcasts or stories.
Really this is as silly as anything Miss California has done. If the name of the woman your husband cheated with was a big secret you'd say it loud enough. This is not about your dignity.
Honey, dignity doesn't take a book deal.
If you hadn't made the stink, I wouldn't be blogging about it, and neither would Arianna F-ing Huffington.
PS. Your book sounds boring.