"Thank you for the opportunity Harper Collins It Books I hope I make you proud!," Manzo, 50, tweeted Monday, confirming news that her advice book, Let Met Tell You Something, will hit bookstores in March 2013.
With a title that plays on her popular show catchphrase "Let me tell you something about my family," the book will feature Manzo's lessons on family, friendship and long-term happiness.
"If you told me 10 years ago that I'd be writing a book, I wouldn't have believed you. But ever since the show, fans are always asking me for advice," Manzo explains in a statement. "They want to know my take on things -- on family, friendship, love -- so I decided to put it all on paper."
Manzo, who hosts her own virtual book club on her web site, CarolineManzo.com, is not the only Bravo star to score a HarperCollins book deal. Tabatha's Salon Takeover's Tabatha Coffey and Pregnant in Heels' Rosie Pope also have deals with Harper Collins' It Books imprint.