Lindsay Lohan is working on a memoir, according to a report in TMZ.
The celebrity gossip site revealed that Lohan had signed on with the literary agency Waxman Leavell, the agency that represents books by Bill Murray, Emilio Estevez & Martin Sheen, and Michael Phelps, among others. Apparently, the book has already gotten a few six-figure offers.
TMZ has more: “Sources familiar with the situation tell TMZ, the book started as a series of journal entries, which she wrote in rehab as a therapeutic exercise. The book is still in its early stages, and it doesn’t have a clear focus, but she says she wants to open up every part of her life.”
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