Jonas Brothers to Publish New Memoir Called “Blood”

Jonas Brothers. Photo by Jim Smeal/BEI/REX/Shutterstock (2010608bc)

Just when we thought Jonas Brothers couldn’t possibly find time for another major project, they surprised us again. In addition to dropping a new album, embarking on a concert tour, and filming a documentary, they also intend to write a memoir in the next few months.

This promising book, titled Blood, will be published by Feiwel and Friends, an imprint of the publishing house Macmillan. Since their schedule is pretty packed, the bros won’t do all the writing on their own. Neil Strauss, who previously wrote the best-selling Mötley Crüe memoir The Dirt, will help them bring their story to life. Joe, Nick, and Kevin will be busy promoting their new album Happiness Begins when it officially hits the shelves on November 12th.

Blood will follow the band’s entire journey and take a look at some of the crucial movements that defined them as pop stars and a family. It will delve into the band’s formation, their rise to stardom, the tension that led to their break-up and epic comeback they made this year.