Actress Debbie Reynolds of Singin' in the Rain fame is once again the subject of a biography.
Unsinkable will be published by William Morrow and released in 2013, The Associated Press reported.
The title is a play on her role as the title character in the 1964 film The Unsinkable Molly Brown. Her first memoir, Debbie: My Life, was published in 1988. It has solid reviews on book-lover Web sites such as GoodReads.com and Amazon.
Among many roles, the actress starred in classic movies such as Tammy and the Bachelor and provided the voice of the title spider in the 1973 animated film Charlotte's Web.
The AP reports the 79-year-old actress will discuss her failed marriages, including her first marriage to actor Eddie Fisher, who famously left her for the late Elizabeth Taylor. For those who cannot fathom the ensuing scandal, just remember what happened with Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie.
Reynolds and Taylor, who were close friends before the affair, later made up. Reynolds spoke about Taylor on The View and joked about their changed relationship: She loved life. Elizabeth loved life. And I know because she took part of mine, she said to laughter and applause.
Reynolds is still working and doing speaking engagements.
She had a memorable role in the sitcom Will and Grace, playing mother to Debra Messing's character.
She can now be seen on the big screen in the new Katherine Heigl flick One For the Money.