The blonde journalist's latest novel, TRADING UP, has been optioned by TV network ABC, and will be turned into a new series that bosses are hoping can emulate the cult following of Sex and the City.
And 44-year-old Candace reckons her latest work has a good lesson to teach readers - that sex is no longer power.
She says, "The interesting thing about the book is it shows that using sex as a power over men doesn't really work anymore."22/08/2003 13:16
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