Another celebrity memoir will hit bookshelves soon and this time it's from the controversial Creed frontman Scott Stapp. Titled Sinner's Creed, the tell-all was written with David Ritz, a Rolling Stone scripter who's also scribed books on Janet Jackson and Marvin Gaye.
"The book describes my childhood, my internal battle with drugs and depression and how I lost control of my life," said Stapp. "My memoir reveals never before released details about my life and the challenges I've faced before coming to grips and finding sobriety."
From suicide attempts and alcohol-induced rampages, the memoir promises a riveting, untold story of sex, drugs and rock and roll. Scott finally reveals what it is like to be at the height of controversy due to his fame, faith and addictions and why he has tried to avoid one-on-one interviews until now.
"Once a sinner, always a sinner, but what was once broken, has the power to heal," states the press release. Look for Sinner's Creed in hardcopy and ebook versions on October 2nd.
Are you a Creed fan? Will you read the memoir?