The Jonas Brothers finally unveiled the release date for their long-awaited memoir, “Blood.”
The band announced that their book will finally hit the bookshelves on November 9, 2021, after being postponed last year. They also gave fans a sneak peek by posting a few pages from the book. “We put so much of ourselves into this memoir and it was so important for us to take the time to make sure our story was told the right way,” they said.
“‘Blood’ follows the moments and experiences that shaped us, all the different directions our hearts were pulled, and how we found our way back to one another. This is our story told from the very beginning and from each of our unique perspectives.”
Kevin, Joe, and Nick Jonas co-wrote their book with the New York Times bestselling author Neil Strauss, who is known for his books “The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists” and “Rules of the Game,” among others. The brothers said that getting to work with Neil was one of the best parts of creating their memoir.
“Thank you [Neil Strauss] for taking this journey with us, you are a master of your craft and we are honored that you [lent] your mind and talent to help us share our story,” they said.
The book will feature alternating perspectives from the three brothers, and will even include occasional interludes from their younger brother, Frankie. HarperCollins calls it “funny, irreverent, eye-opening, and deeply personal.”
It will also contain more than 70 photos, some of which fans have never seen before.
You can now pre-order a copy of “Blood” at bloodbyjonasbrothers.com or Fully Booked.