Sally Bercow's Westminster novel
Sally Bercow, the wife of the Commons Speaker John Bercow, is touting round a novel she's written called Westminster Spouses.
Mrs Bercow has been unusually quiet since the appearance a few weeks ago of the famous photo of her dressed in nothing but a bath-towel.
The reason, I'm told, is that she's been beavering away on her book.
MPs will be watching developments anxiously, no doubt. Will there be scenes of MPs having sex in the Commons chamber, or even in the Speaker's chair? (Though I imagine that would be quite uncomfortable).
If so, then it could prove hugely damaging to her husband's position, which has been considerably harmed by his wife's activities in recent months. The book is due to be published next year.
"You had to read quite a lot before there was any sex at all," says a friend who has read part of the manuscript. "And then it wasn't very good sex."
Meanwhile, Sally Bercow has condemned the decision by the Parliamentary Bookshop, opposite the Commons, not to stock the recent biography of John Bercow by my sometime Newsnight colleague Bobby Friedman.
The shop premises are rented from the Westminster authorities, and any profits go towards the running of Parliament.
The decision is "Establishment pomposity", Sally Bercow recently texted Friedman.
"Tis completely ridiculous that bookshop not stocking & nowt to do with us."
I'm very glad to hear that.