Keke Palmer will tell the story of her life and career in a new memoir.

Flatiron will publish the actor’s Master of Me this fall, the press announced in a news release. It describes the book as “the inspiring true story of her journey to understanding her genuine value.”

Palmer became a star as a child with her role in the 2006 film Akeelah and the Bee and went on to act in films including Madea’s Family Reunion, Joyful Noise, Brotherly Love, and Nope. She is currently the host of the NBC game show Password, for which she won a Primetime Emmy Award last year.

“In her own raw and intimate words Keke talks about everything including her struggles with boundaries, unconditional love, forgiveness, and worthiness,” Flatiron says of her book. “She walks us through how endurance of the challenges that come our way leads to true performance, power, and purpose.”

Palmer announced her memoir on a video posted to the social platform X. “You guys, I’ve got good news!” she said. “I’m coming out with a new book, and honey, I got tea, boo.…I am so excited that my new book, Master of Me, is on preorder. Get into it, loves! I can’t wait to go on this journey with you guys. I’m covering so many different topics, from imposter syndrome, to co-parenting, to life not working out the way you thought it would in your 20s.…I’m just excited for this to be an experience of growth. I’m growing. I’ve grown, but I’m still going to always be growing and learning, and I want us to do it together.”

Master of Me is slated for publication on Nov. 19.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.