Real Housewives of New Jersey News: Teresa Giudice Working On Tell-All Book?

Teresa Giudice may be gearing up to write a tell-all book about her pending legal issues that could land she and her husband in jail.

Teresa, 42, and her husband Joe Giudice pleaded guilty to multiple fraud charges in a New Jersey federal court earlier tis year. While the pair featured on "Real Housewives of New Jersey" will not be sentenced until July 8, Joe faces a potential deportation or 37 to 46 months in jail, while Teresa faces 21 to 27 months.

While Teresa has been a best-selling author of multiple cookbooks, Radar Online is reporting that Teresa is working on a tell-all memoir.

"Teresa is working furiously on a book about what's going on now with her. She's been approached and offered big money for her tell-all," a source reportedly told Radar Online. "There are a lot of publishers who want to get her locked down and make sure they have the book in-house."

The publication reports that Teresa will detail her family's pending legal issues.

"Teresa's covering all of the tough times that she's going through. Everything, including how she's prepping the family for jail time for Joe and maybe even her, which she is praying doesn't happen," the source reportedly told Radar Online. "And she's going to admit everything that really happened, as well as her fears about jail."

While Giudice is no stranger to releasing successful cookbooks, Radar Online is reporting, "she is staying quiet to write and to make sure she has the sentencing details and aftermath in there."

While her Bravo TV series is returning to television July 13, Giudice is not in full promotional mode. After she was noticeably missing from the 2014 NBC Universal Upfronts that previews upcoming shows, sources reportedly told Radar Online why.

"The network obviously wanted her there and wanted her to talk about her legal problems because they are in the show, but she just isn't willing to do any press right now. Bravo is totally stuck with Teresa," a source reportedly told Radar Online last month. "Teresa is terrified of making a wrong move between now and her sentencing. She's praying that she gets only house arrest or even probation."