Britney Spears is done with her drama-filled memoir, but what's the hold up?

Britney Spears is done with her drama-filled memoir, but what's the hold up? ...

One more time, supply chain difficulties have harmed supply chains.

According to TMZ, Britney Spears has completed a review of her most anticipated celebrity memoir, but its publication date has been postponed.

Page Six exclusively reported that the Princess of Pop had signed a $15 million book deal with Simon & Schuster, which secured the deal following what was said to be a months-long bidding war for the rights to Spears' autobiography.

According to Publishers Weekly, the 40-year-old Dear Diary singer has finally been able to summarize her entire life story in writing.

At a PW-hosted webinar earlier this year, Midland Paper Vice President Bill Rojack explained that, although book-quality paper is on the rise, elsewhere it has dropped by 50% in recent years. In response, industrial paper mills have moved to cater to stronger markets such as corrugated cardboard and other packaging materials.

Rojack continued: This is more than a market cycle. It is a structural transformational sea change that took place much sooner than anybody expected due to Covid.

The Official Britney Spears Coloring Book, published by Ulysses Press in November 2021, was evidently not deterred from Simon & Schuster from doing so.

The resurgence of interest in all-things-Spears began when the general public, particularly millennials who numbered herself among her prolific fan base in the 1950s, became aware that her professional decisions and finances had been on the shoulders of her formally estranged father since he imposed a conservatorship over the Toxic singer in 2008.

The subsequent outcry at the truth of the Spears case is likely to have prompted a judge to terminate the conservatorship last November.

You may also like: