I like Ramona Singer on “The Real Housewives Of New York.” She is crass and insufferable, but boy you cannot deny she is entertaining. So I was curious to read her book “Life On the Ramona Coaster,” and it’s such a flat read that I am thankful it is so short that I did not feel like I wasted a lot of time on reading it. She repeatedly says – I use the verb “say” as I know she didn’t really “write” this – that she joined the reality show to promote her business ventures, and no doubt she feels the same way about writing this book. There isn’t an authentic emotion here – all brand dropping and manufactured anecdotes. Even when she gets serious – like talking about her father’s abusive episodes or the breakup of her marriage – I felt like she was holding back. To write more would be to waste more time on this book.