Anne Heche’s First Biography “Call Me Anne” To Be Released In 2023
Anne Heche’s memoir Call Me Anne will be published posthumously in January 2023.
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Anne Heche’s memoir will reflect on her relationship with Ellen Degeneres
Viva Editions/Simon & Schuster will publish Anne’s new memoir Heche Call Me Anne in January 2023.
Regardless, in the new book, Heche has included intimate details about her controversial relationship with Ellen DeGeneres in the 20th century.
According to an excerpt obtained by the Associated Press, ‘I was labeled ‘scandalous’ because I fell in love with a woman. He had never been with a woman before dating Ellen.
She further wrote: ‘I personally did not identify as a lesbian. I just fell in love! It was, to be clear, as strange to me as it is to anyone else. There were no words to describe how I felt.’
Heche also shared: ‘Gay didn’t feel right, and straight didn’t feel right either. Alien might be the best option, he sometimes thought.
Additionally, the excerpt read: ‘What, why and how I fell in love with a person rather than their gender. I would have loved to have answered if someone had asked, but like I said before, no one did. I’m happy I was able to tell you in this book, once and for all.’
If you didn’t know, Heche and DeGeneres were among the first openly gay couples in Hollywood. They began their romance after meeting at a Vanity Fair Oscar party.
More about Call Me Anne by Anne Heche
Start, an independent publisher based in Hoboken, New Jersey, will publish Anne’s new biography Heche Call Me Anne.
Additionally, the book’s publisher, Jarred Weisfeld, revealed that Heche signed a contract with him in May and submitted the manual shortly before his unfortunate death.
It will serve as a sequel to the late actress’ early memoir Call Me Crazy. The book was published in 2003 and soon became a New York Times bestseller. In her biography, Heche describes her background as an abuse survivor.
Additionally, the book will include personal anecdotes from Heche’s rise to fame and will talk more about her on-set mentor, Harrison Ford.
In the book, we will learn more about her encounter with Harvey Weinstein, her childhood sexual abuse, her relationship with God, as well as her journey to love herself.
Meanwhile, Heche was declared brain dead on August 12 after being involved in a car accident.