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August 24, 2010  | by: Laura Rosenfeld

The cover of Justin Bieber's comic book biography to be released in October.

Ever wondered how Ricky Martin mastered the art of “Livin’ la Vida Loca?” If you have, all your questions will soon be answered by the Latin pop star himself.

Martin will publish an English and Spanish-language version of his new memoir titled Me and Yo, respectively, on November 2, according to a Reuters report. In the memoir, Martin will talk about his early music career, dealing with his sexuality and his new role as a father.

Many of us already know about his time in the Latin boy band Menudo or the years of speculation about his sexuality. It doesn’t seem like Martin’s memoir will expose anything new about the pop star. It may not be a shocking read, but it could give us a more personal, intimate look at Martin’s life, for those who are interested.

While shopping at your local book store for your copy of Me, you may notice some more new books penned by other frequently-talked-about celebs.

Reality TV parasite Spencer Pratt told USMagazine.com he is writing a book about his ex Heidi Montag. The book will be a tell-all about his relationship with Montag and her “tormented relationship” with her mother. “The new book will be equal parts Tolstoy & Hemingway. Maybe less Tolstoy than Hemingway,” Pratt tweeted.

This tell-all coming from someone who has spent the last few years trying to make every part of his life public means very little. We probably already know most of what Pratt is attempting to reveal. However, the fact that Montag plans on taking legal action against Pratt is definitely intriguing. “This is exactly why I left him,” Montag told TMZ. “Right now I’m looking into my legal options.” This means Pratt may have some real dirt on Montag that we haven’t heard about yet, although knowing these two, I highly doubt that. After witnessing the couple’s multiple attempts before, during and after their marriage to remain in the tabloids, it should be an interesting few months watching them duke it out until the book is released.

You don’t always have to live a life full of scandal to publish a memoir. Even though he’s only 16 years old, Justin Bieber has two books coming out this fall that will reveal his life story. Bieber’s memoir Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever: My Story, due out in October, will give readers a glimpse at the pop star’s “amazing journey to stardom,” according to Yahoo! News. Bluewater Productions announced in July that a Bieber biography is also in the works for October. The comic book will be a part of the company’s Fame series that has also covered the lives of Robert Pattinson and Lady Gaga.

Bieber may be big with tweens around the country, but at the ripe old age of 16, it doesn’t look like these books will have much to reveal about the singer’s young life. It may give his fans some tips and inspiration if they’re also looking to hit it big at a young age, but it looks like it will be a snoozefest for those of us over the age of 18.

If you’re looking for suspense and surprises, celebrity tell-all memoirs may not be the best place to find it. Hearing about these celebrity-penned books makes me want to stick with fiction.

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