NEW YORK - Tori Spelling has so many sTORIes to tell. The "Beverly Hills 90210" alumna, who has been spoofing her rich-kid reputation on VH1's "so noTORIous," is working on a memoir to be published in 2008 by Simon Spotlight Entertainment, a division of Simon & Schuster.
"We all think we know who Tori Spelling is because she has grown up in the public eye, but her book will give readers a chance to know the real Tori - a funny and resilient young woman with a fascinating story to tell," Jennifer Bergstrom, Vice President and Publisher of Simon Spotlight, said Monday in a statement.
The book is currently untitled; financial terms were not disclosed.
Spelling, 33, the daughter of television producer Aaron Spelling, who died last June, is a gossip column fixture, from her marriage to actor Dean McDermott to her reported estrangement from her mother, Candy.
According to Simon Spotlight, Spelling "will let readers experience the truly unique life of Tori Spelling - from childhood privileges to tabloid misperceptions, success and regrets, and ultimately her quest to define herself on her own terms."