Get ready to add another book to your 2016 reading list.
Naya Rivera has revealed that she's coming out with a memoir next year, and it's titled Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up.
The actress announced the exciting news on Twitter earlier today, telling her followers, "Can't wait until next spring! So many juicy stories about my life. Glee, guys, growing up & much more.
Guys?! Interesting. Perhaps she'll spill the details on what went down when her previous engagement to Big Sean fell through, and the inside scoop on her surprise wedding to hubby Ryan Dorsey.
While she doesn't confirm exactly what kind of stories she's going to tell, a source tells E! News readers can expect the actress to be very candid. "She's going to be very honest and real. She talks about growing up poor and all the trouble she had when she was younger," the source tells us.
The insider adds, "It's things that a lot of woman can relate to...She talks about having to choose between her career and school and she shares all the crazy jobs she had before landing Glee," like working at Hooters.
And of course, Naya will also be "giving lots of Glee behind-the-scenes secrets."
"A cast member of 1990s sitcoms such as Family Matters and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Rivera struggled for years after finding stardom as a child," Publisher's Weekly stated for the release.
"Chronicling her path from riches to rags and back again—she was a Hooters waitress at one point, before landing the role of Santana Lopez on the Fox hit Glee—the book will be a warts-and-all account."
The book, which will be released next spring, is said to include "candid thoughts on topics ranging from dating... to the challenges of being mixed-race in Hollywood."