New York, NY, January 14, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Country music veteran Marie Osmond will be featured in the new “Stars That Make A Difference” book being published early this year.
Creative Partners Books announced late last year that author Randy Jernigan's "fan book" series had been rebooted and will now include four celebrity biographical sketches under one cover.
The author also recently took to his Facebook page to announce that he and his publishing house will donate a portion of the books earning to The Trevor Project, a hotline for LGBT, and other troubled teens in crisis.
"I believe in the organization and the great work that it does for our youth that may be hurting and need special help," wrote Jernigan.
The changes in the book series have regretfully prolonged the release date to early 2015, but company officials promise that the content of the manuscript will be filled with inspiring information that the fans want to read about their favorite star.
The first installment of "Stars That Make A Difference" will feature biographical sketches of Daniel Radcliffe, Ellen Degeneres, Marie Osmond, and Taylor Swift.
Jernigan had announced several years back that he was working on an unauthorized bio of Osmond, but shelved the book several times for various reasons.
“When my publishing partners suggested that I add Marie's biographical sketch to my “Stars” book I thought is was genius,” said Jernigan.
The Marie Osmond sketch will cover her long and varied career as a country music singer, her time in television, on stage and in film. And a serious look at her personal life including her two divorces, and the untimely death of her son from suicide.
The book will be released through Creative Partners Fan Book Series through Amazon's Kindle and paperback early 2015.