Demi Moore, an actress famous for showing all, will now tell all.
HarperCollins announced Monday that it had acquired a "candid" memoir by the raspy-voiced star. The book will cover her life and career and is tentatively scheduled for release in 2012.
The book doesn't have a title yet.
Moore had shopped the book around with several publishers.The 47-year-old Moore has acknowledged a troubled upbringing. HarperCollins says the narrative will be "framed by her complicated relationship with her mother, Virginia King."
Moore is known for her work in such films as "Ghost" and "Indecent
Proposal." She appeared nude on the cover of Vanity Fair while pregnant and
married to Bruce Willis. She has been married to Ashton Kutcher since 2005.
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Two Exciting Deals in Two Days
Just some super quick--and exciting--deal news for all my loyal readers *cough* who need to start commenteing *cough*:
Monday from the AP Wire via CBSNews.com: Demi Moore has just signed a contract with HarperCollins for her first tell-all memoir to hit shelves in 2012.
Yesterday from EW.com: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers just snapped up the rights to the first 20th-Century-Fox authorized book for "Glee" (the hit new comedy series on Fox for those of you living in a hole =p).
After last night’s Glee finale, you probably thought some of the mania would die down for a bit? Not a chance. Shelf Life has learned that Little, Brown Books for Young Readers has struck a deal with Twentieth Century Fox to publish a line of official Glee-related books. (There are Glee books aplenty out there, but they are all unauthorized.) Little, Brown has multiple book projects in the works for its Glee program; the first to roll off the press will be an original novel called Glee: The Beginning. This prequel to the show, which includes a double-sided poster, will hit stores this August.