Jamie Lynn Spears has changed the title of her memoirs.
The actress of “Zoey 101” caused a backlash when it was reported that she was planning to release an autobiography called “I Must Confess” in July. This is the lyrics of my sister Britney Spears’ single “… Baby One More Time”. -But she shared the cover art for this book and revealed that it was titled “What I Should Have Say”.
It seems that the original subtitle of this book, “Family, Fame, and Understanding It,” has also been removed.
The 30-year-old star admitted that his daughter Maddy, now 13 years old, began writing a book to be released in January 2022 after being involved in a nearly deadly ATV accident in 2017. She promised to be “painfully honest.” “In the book.
She writes: “I can’t believe I’ve finally finished writing a book !!!
“THINGS I SHOULD HAVE SAID” has been produced for quite some time. In 2017, after Maddy’s life-changing accident, I felt a strong belief in wanting to share my story, but there was a lot of personal work and healing. It had to happen before I could share my truth in the right way.
“I spent my whole life believing that I had to pretend to be perfect, even when it wasn’t perfect, so I was open to my mental health for the first time because I demanded that this process be painful. Being honest with myself and facing many difficulties. It would normally have been immediately shiny, as I was taught.
“I have a duty to myself, my young self, and my daughters to set an example that I should never edit myself or my truth to please others. “
Jamie, a 3-year-old Ivy’s mother with her husband Jamie Watson, as well as Maddy with her ex-partner Casey Aldridge, decided to donate a portion of the book’s sales to a nonprofit organization. I promised. This Is My Brave is a non-profit organization that aims to raise awareness of mental health issues.
She went on: “I know I still have a lot to learn to do, but I feel like finishing this book concludes this” 30-year long “chapter of my life. They are trying to break their voice, or the unhealthy cycle of their lives. That’s why I’m so happy to announce that some of my book revenue will go to @thisismybrave. Because I know how scary it is to share. They are doing a great job of supporting and encouraging people who bravely share their experiences in personal struggles, especially if you feel that you do not have the support or safe space to do so. increase.
“Last but not least, I forgot to say that you are important, your story is important, you are enough, and this world is trying to persuade you in other ways. Please do not. (Sic) “
After the actress’s autobiographical news first triggered a backlash, publisher Worthy Publishing claimed that the information published about the book, including the title, was incorrect.
In a statement, the publisher said:
“I am deeply regretted that inaccurate and incomplete information about her book appeared in public during this delicate period, especially for Jamie Lynn and her family.”