Hide Caption Britney Spears still loves her sister Jamie Lynn 'unconditionally'Britney Spears says she still loves Jamie Lynn 'unconditionally' despite what she claims are lies in her sister's memoir, "Things I Should Have Said."Entertain This!, USA TODAY
Spears, 40, confirmed in an Instagram post Monday that she's writing a book.
"Well I'm writing a book at the moment and it's actually healing and therapeutic... it's also hard bringing up past events in my life," Spears wrote on Instagram. "I've never been able to express openly!!! I can only imagine that I do sound childish but I was extremely young with those events took place."
Spears did not mention a release date for the book or whether it had been picked up by a publisher.
The news comes almost three months after the arrival of her sister Jamie Lynn Spears' memoir, "Things I Should Have Said," about which Britney Spears was outspoken her disdain for several of the anecdotes her sister wrote about her.
Britney Spears has had a whirlwind past year, between serving as the subject for a handful of documentaries, fighting to end her conservatorship (which a judge officially dissolved in November after nearly 14 years), getting engaged to actor Sam Asghari, and pushing back against her sister's memoir, which Spears said featured "crazy lies for the Hollywood books."
And she's kept fans in the loop via social media through it all, disclosing her thoughts in winding paragraphs littered with emojis.
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This will be Spears' first solo memoir – she previously co-authored the 2000 autobiography "Britney Spears' Heart to Heart," and 2001 YA novel "A Mother's Gift" with her mother, Lynne Spears, both of which appeared on the USA TODAY Best-Selling books list.
Source : https://www.coloradoan.com/story/entertainment/books/2022/04/04/britney-spears-confirms-writing-memoir/6880348001/