Anne Heche’s first biography “Call Me Anne” set to release in 2023
Anne Heche’s memoir Call Me Anne will be released in January 2023.
Here’s everything you need to know.
Anne Heche’s memoir about her relationship with Ellen Degeneres changes
Viva Editions/Simon & Schuster is set to publish Anne Heche’s new memoir Call Me Anne in January 2023.
Although, in the new book, Heche has included information about his controversial relationship with Ellen DeGeneres in the 1900s.
According to an excerpt obtained by the Associated Press, ‘I was called a ‘changer’ because I loved a woman. I had never been with a woman before I met Ellen.’
Furthermore, she wrote, ‘I never said I was a prostitute. I just loved it! Which, to be clear, is strange to me and to others. There are no words to describe how I feel.’
Heche added, ‘Gay’s attitude was not good, and it was not fair. A stranger is the best, I sometimes thought.’
Furthermore, the piece reads, ‘Why, why, and how I love a person, not their gender. I would love to answer if someone asked, but like I said before, no one asked. I’m glad I was able to tell you in this book – about everyone.’
If you didn’t know, Heche and DeGeneres were one of the first same-sex couples in Hollywood. They began their romance after meeting at a Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Also read about Anne Heche’s Call Me Anne
Start, an independent publisher based in Hoboken, New Jersey, is set to publish Anne Heche’s new biography Call Me Anne.
In addition, the publisher of the book, Jarred Weisfeld revealed that Heche signed a contract with him in May and released the manuscript shortly before his tragic death.
It will serve as a sequel to the late actress’ first memoir Call Me Crazy. The book was released in 2003 and became one of the New York Times Bestsellers. In the autobiography, Heche describes his past as a survivor of oppression.
In addition, the book contains information about Heche’s popularity and also talks about his mentor Harrison Ford.
In the book, she learns more about her encounter with Harvey Weinstein, her childhood abuse, her relationship with God, and her journey to self-love.
Meanwhile, Heche was declared brain dead on August 12 after being involved in a fiery car accident.
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