- Blue Bloods star Tom Selleck announced he's releasing a memoir.
- The book will include stories from his personal and professional life.
- The release date is set for later this year.
The currently untitled memoir will reveal more about Tom's personal and professional life, according to a . "Selleck has been careful to balance his stardom with a devotion to family life and privacy. His memoir offers a rare and rewarding look inside that career and that life," it reads. "Rich with charm, insight, and a surprising dose of self-deprecating humor, this memoir illuminates five decades of Hollywood—and of America."
Not only will the book likely contain tales about portraying Frank Reagan on the CBS procedural, but it will also hopefully feature stories about his other iconic roles on , , and . As for his private life, readers will probably learn more about his marriage to actress Jillie Mack.
If you're wondering where the idea to author a book came from, it sounds like Tom's dedicated fans are the driving force behind his decision to put his life on paper. Apparently the 74-year-old began writing the memoir last summer after years of people asking him to do so, reports.
If you're looking to get your hands on a copy ASAP, you'll have to wait a bit before you can dive into Tom's tales. The "vivid and incisive" publication has the release date of November 12, 2019.