Backstreet Boy Nick Carter is following up the band’s latest album, “In A World Like This” with his memoirs, Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It. The autobiography talks about his teenage years in the Backstreet Boys, and also addresses his past alcohol and substance abuse. Carter is the first of the group to release a book.
33-year-old Carter also writes about the affect his superstardom had on the lives of his family, including siblings Aaron and Leslie, who past away last year.
Amazon has posted the following description of the book: "From his battle with addiction to serious health complications and the pain of his younger sister’s tragic death." Additionally, the memoir includes advice from Carter on how he dealt with the situation.
The eighth album from the Backstreet Boys, “In a World Like This” comes out on July 30. Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It is due for release on September 24 through Bird Street Books.