Random House will publish "Glee" star Lea Michele's book about her life. The autobiography, "Brunette Ambition," is described as "part memoir, part how-to and part style-guide."
The book will feature Michele's life growing up in New York City, her stint on Broadway, and her role on the popular FOX series.
The actress said in a statement: "There wasn't a guidebook when I was growing up, that detailed everything I would need to do, and know, to get where I am today. But I believe I can write one of sorts: not a how-to-make-it-in-show-business book, but a guide to harnessing tenacity, passion, enthusiasm, and hard work to make your dreams come true."
The book will be released in 2014.
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Jenni Rivera's memoir is to be published posthumously following the Latin star's death in a plane crash last year.
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