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Posted on Oct 22, 2013 03:32 pm
Courtney Love has recently confirmed that her autobiography will be released on December 15.
Titled "Courtney Love: My Story," the book sees the singer delving into detail regarding her "days stripping to meet ends meet and the truth behind her drug abuse and recovery," as well as her relationships with Nine Inch Nails mainman Trent Reznor, Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan, actor Edward Norton and Nirvana's Kurt Cobain.
"Alternatively criticized and vilified, embraced and idolized, Courtney Love has been polarizing opinion from the moment she stormed her way onto the music scene over twenty years ago," the synopsis reads. "Yet everything we know about her has come from the media or her music; she has never before shared the whole story of her life. From her rocky relationship with her hippy parents and her days spent stripping to make ends meet to the truth behind her drug abuse and recovery, this is a riveting story, too crazy not to be true."
As the description further reads, "nothing is off limits" in the book. "While she doesn't shy away from tales of excess, Courtney also goes deeper, offering unique insights into the modern rock culture she helped shape, creating an unforgettable portrait of an outspoken, creatively dangerous, undeniably entertaining artist and woman," the synopsis concludes.