GINGER Zee, who was covering Tropical Storm Nicole, has announced that she is now interested in publishing.
Good Morning America meteorologist and author of two books, she revealed that she was interested in a third book.
Ginger shared her two books, Natural Disaster and A Little Closer to home, in a photograph.
A fan asked: “Are you considering writing again? Your first two biographies are excellent.”
“Thanks! Talking about writing a different type of book so will announce when I can,” Ginger responded.
Ginger is open to the possibility of signing more books after she presented a report in Florida during Tropical Storm Nicole.
While she was stifling down, she offered her Instagram followers the opportunity to ask any of her probing questions.
The majority of questions asked were about the storm and how you can stay safe during it.
Ginger also shared her experience with Miles and Adrian, while covering the storm on social media.
“It’s getting harder as they get older for sure,”She said.
“However, I’ve communicated to them that they are my priority – if they have an event at school or anything they want me at, I won’t miss it no matter what.”
She shared a picture of her son Adrian at school’s performance she attended recently.
“I cherish every moment.”
Ginger and Max Golembo were in Mississippi last week to report on the impacts of climate change.
It was Max’s first time out in the field as the two were at the port of Osceola to show how dried up it had become.
“Out here on the Mississippi River water harbor at the port of Osceola,”Ginger wrote in an article. “Record low levels on America’s water Highway… 60-90 barges lined up waiting to get down river.
“And it’s @maxgolembo’s first time in the field. VERY exciting. See you all on @goodmorningamerica.”