Britney Spears To Write A Fictionalized Account of Her Life?

I know “Fictionalized Account of her life” is an oxymoron but so is the idea of Britney Spears writing a book, which isn’t even a factor because celebrities don’t write books (unless their name happens to be Craig Ferguson or Tina Fey).

A new Britney Spears novel that will “most likely” be a work of fiction that incorporates “elements of her real life” will fit comfortably on your shelf next to Paris Hilton’s Confessions of an Heiress, Lauren Conrad’s L.A. Candy, Gorilla Beach by Snooki and Joey Buttafuoco’s Closure.

The best we can hope for from Spears’ not-yet-confirmed deal with Harper Collins is a whitewashed explanation for her behavior from 2004 to now besides that she has Michael Jackson “I-never-grew-up” disease.

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Fifty Shades Of Sasha Grey

Retired porn star/Entourage actress Sasha Grey is cashing in on the erotic novel craze brought on by E.L. James’ Fifty Shades Of Grey. And who better to compete with that franchise than a woman who starred in over 200 adult movies?

Deadline reports that Grand Central Publishing and Little, Brown UK have offered her a publication deal for an erotic novel called The Juliette Society.

“For the very first time I can create my own world, my own characters, my own story, and express my own vision with publishers who are just as passionate about the subject matter as I am,” Grey said in a statement.  Continue reading “Fifty Shades Of Sasha Grey”

Stephenie Meyer To Adapt ‘Down A Dark Hall’

The woman behind Twilight is adapting the 1974 gothic young adult novel Down A Dark Hall by Lois Duncan, author of I Know What You Did Last Summer. 

The book centers around a 14 year-old girl named Kit who attends a mysterious boarding school. Meyer’s book, The Host is already being adapted for the big screen by In Time/Gattaca writer and director Andrew Niccol for a 2013 release.

A statement from Stephenie says, “Down a Dark Hall was my favorite of her novels (though it’s a very close race with Summer of Fear and Stranger with My Face) and it gave me some serious nightmares when I was nine.”  Continue reading “Stephenie Meyer To Adapt ‘Down A Dark Hall’”