The 27-year-old is writing about her arrests, drug abuse, acting career, and family in the book and she has already received several publishing offers, reports tmz.com.
Sources said the book started as a series of journal entries, which she wrote in the rehabilitation centre as a therapeutic exercise. The book is still in its early stage, and it doesn't have a clear focus, but she says she wants to open up every part of her life.
Lohan held a meeting with Waxman Leavall Literary Agency, which has represented celebrities including Victor Cruz, Novak Djokovic and Bill Murray.
--IANS (Posted on 15-12-2013)