Anne Heche’s posthumous memoir to be revealed in 2023

Anne Heche’s second memoir, “Call Me Anne,” might be launched in January, months after she died from the accidents she sustained in a automotive crash within the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Publishers Weekly introduced Wednesday that impartial New Jersey writer Begin Publishing, by way of its Viva Editions, will launch the “Another World” actor’s sophomore e-book on Jan. 24, 2023. Jarred Weisfeld, the president of Begin, confirmed to The Occasions that the e-book was all the time set for launch in 2023.

“We are honored to be able to publish this book,” Weisfeld mentioned to the Occasions in an electronic mail assertion. “She was so passionate about the book that we felt we owed it to all of her fans to let them read it.”

“Call Me Anne” is a follow-up to Heche’s 2001 memoir “Call Me Crazy,” and can include the actor’s “personal anecdotes of her rise to fame.” In response to its Amazon itemizing, “Call Me Anne” will contact on Heche’s extremely publicized relationship with comic and discuss present host Ellen DeGeneres within the early aughts, her encounter with disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, her journey to self-acceptance and extra.

“Anne’s personal stories are interwoven with poems, prompts, and exercises that got Anne through tough times,” mentioned the outline.

Shortly after Heche’s demise, “Call Me Crazy” jumped up in worth — with sellers on EBay and Amazon asking anyplace from $50 to just about $800 for a duplicate. The e-book, which stays out of inventory at main e-book retailers, additionally coated the actor’s high-profile relationship with DeGeneres.

Heche crashed her automotive right into a home in Mar Vista, which set the constructing on fireplace, on Aug. 5. Because of this, she was hospitalized for extreme burns and slipped right into a coma after the crash left her with a critical mind harm.

She was declared mind lifeless on Aug. 11 and pronounced legally lifeless on Aug. 12. Her physique had been stored on life assist to protect organs for donation till Aug. 14 when a recipient was recognized. Los Angeles police advised The Occasions that Heche was underneath the affect of narcotics on the time of her accident however dropped its DUI investigation upon her demise.