Jennifer Lopez is releasing her first book in October.

The 44-year-old singer and "American Idol" judge has written "True Love," a memoir that chronicles her recent personal life and career.

Publisher Celebra describes the work as a "revealing personal diary" that follows the "transformative two-year journey of how, as an artist and a mother, [Lopez] confronted her greatest challenges, identified her biggest fears, and ultimately emerged a stronger person than she's ever been."

"It started off as a diary of the year I went on tour," Lopez recently told People. "When I was on the road, it became something else. I really surprised myself, and I realized, 'Oh my god, I'm writing this book.'"

"It was a very transformative moment in my life," the singer continues. "I had gone through a lot of changes and then confronting fears of having never toured and being a mom on my own. It was a real shellshock time for me."

The busy star plans to release her eighth studio album, "A.K.A.," on June 17.

She currently serves as a judge on "American Idol," and is involved in several other projects as an actress and producer.

In addition, the star is mother to twins Max and Emme.

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She was previously married to Marc Antony for eight years, but the couple divorced in 2012.

"True Love" hits bookstores October 28.