Allen's memoir will see her write about losing a child, dealing with fame, and her family story plus money, co-dependency, drug and alcohol dependency, eating disorders, marriage, separation, recovery, motherhood, and "moving forward with her life."
"Some of it I think might be uncomfortable and shocking and brutal," Allen said in a statement released to coincide with the announcement. "There will be good stuff in there too; happy times. I will try and make it funny. I know it’s about me but I hope that a lot of it will ring true with anyone who reads it. It won’t be written with shame. It will be true.”
Sheezus, Allen's most recent album, was released in 2014.