Naya Rivera is ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ She’s ‘Writing’ a ‘Juicy’ Memoir
AKA: Naya Rivera may or may not have hired a ghostwriter to pen her memoir. Sorry not sorry.
You can read a synopsis of the novel (via Publishers Weekly) below.
Glee actress Naya Rivera sold a memoir, Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up, to Joanna Ng at Tarcher. Inkwell Management’s Lauren Smythe brokered the world rights deal for Rivera on behalf of UTA. A cast member of 1990s sitcoms such as Family Matters and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Rivera struggled for years after finding stardom as a child. Chronicling her path from riches to rags and back again—she was a Hooters waitress at one point, before landing the role of Santana Lopez on the Fox hit Glee—the book will be a warts-and-all account, Tarcher said, in which she offers “candid thoughts on topics ranging from dating… to the challenges of being mixed-race in Hollywood.” Sorry Not Sorry is set for a spring 2016 release.