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Ke$ha Memoir to Explore 'My Crazy Beautiful Life'

Glittery singer's book is due days before her new album

October 9, 2012 10:00 AM ET
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Ke$ha arrives at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.
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Not only is Ke$ha readying the release of her new album Warrior, the party pop aficionado is also preparing an illustrated memoir called My Crazy Beautiful Life, The Associated Press reports.

Out on November 20th through Touchstone (Warrior hits shelves on the 30th), Ke$ha noted in a statement that the memoir will show how her life is "not all glamourous" but is "all real." 

Touchstone, a Simon & Schuster imprint, added that the book will contain "thoughts and reflections" from Ke$ha, paired with pictures covering her childhood to her most recent tour.

You can check out the first taste of Warrior now on the endless-night anthem "Die Young."

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