Naya Rivera is coming out with a memoir this year, the “Glee” star announced on Twitter. Titled “Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up,” Rivera's memoir promises to entertain readers with some “juicy stories” about her life.

“Can't wait until next spring! So many juicy stories about my life. Glee, guys, growing up & much more. ‪#sorrynotsorry,” the 28-year-old actress said on Twitter. And on her Instagram, Rivera, who played Santana Lopez on the hit Fox series, revealed that she has been working “super hard” on her memoir and is really excited to share the news with her fans. The book will give a “behind-the-scenes look” at her life.

Various websites are speculating that the television actress will also tell why she broke  off her engagement to Big Sean. After ending her relationship with the rapper, Rivera tied the knot with actor Ryan Dorsey last year, and Sean had a brief romance with singer Ariana Grande.

Dorsey, known for his role on the TV series “Justified,” and Rivera wed last July 2014 in Mexico, on the same date when she had been planning to tie the knot with Sean. Dorsey and Rivera announced in February that they were expecting their first child.

Though Rivera has not revealed the content of her memoir, her friends say it is going to be very candid. "She's going to be very honest and real. She talks about growing up poor and all the trouble she had when she was younger," a source close to the actress told E! News. "It's things that a lot of women can relate to...She talks about having to choose between her career and school, and she shares all the crazy jobs she had before landing 'Glee'," added the insider.

According to Publisher's Weekly, Rivera's memoir will chronicle “her path from riches to rags and back again.” Rivera worked as a waitress at American restaurant Hooters before she landed the role on “Glee.” “Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up” will also talk about her "candid thoughts on topics ranging from dating... to the challenges of being mixed race in Hollywood."