Cameron Diaz to become a writer soon
Actress Cameron Diaz has signed a deal with a top publishing company to write her own nutrition and lifestyle book.
London: Actress Cameron Diaz has signed a deal with a top publishing company to write her own nutrition and lifestyle book.
The "Charlie's Angels" star was rumoured to be penning a guide which would help impressionable young girls stay fit and healthy, and now bosses at Harper Collins have confirmed that the book will hit shelves in 2013, reported Daily Star.
Diaz's book will offer advice to young women about nutrition and general well-being and she hopes the
as-yet-untitled manual will "engage and empower" females. News of the 39-year-old's writing deal comes just months after she announced plans to launch her own well-being organisation.
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