Britney Spears has explained the plot of the murder mystery novel she says she’s writing, and some of the details may seem a bit familiar to her fans.
As she struggles to break free from her tutelage, Britney Spears has been on indefinite hiatus from all work since 2019. In fact, last year she told a judge through her lawyer that she refused to work unless that his father, Jamie, not be removed from his role in his guardianship. Now, just weeks after a judge decided to suspend Jamie and end guardianship, Spears has already announced a new creative project.
In an Instagram post, the pop star shared that she is writing a book. She says it’s kind of a detective story, but as she explained the plot, the inspiration for the story seemed, well, pretty clear.
“I’m writing a book about a girl who was murdered… yet her ghost is stuck in limbo due to trauma and pain and she doesn’t know how to get through the world she knew !!!!” Spears wrote. “After being stuck in limbo for three years, she’s a ghost that feeds on her reflection in the mirror in order to exist. She doesn’t have anyone she can trust but something is happening and she finds out how to cross the world where her family is !!!! ”
Spears continued, “Coming out of limbo, she has a decision to make… Say hello to the same people who murdered her or create a new life !!!! She doesn’t need her mirror anymore. She has found a portal. constantly citing certain prayers that give him the insight and the gift to no longer be afraid and to come out of limbo… again !!!! “
Spears didn’t say that the main character’s “limbo” was inspired by his 13 years in the trap of his tutelage, but it sounds a bit too familiar to be a coincidence. In her explosive testimony in June, she described feeling trapped and abused, and involved her whole family in maintaining guardianship, saying, “I would like to sue my family, to be honest with me. you.” She also posted a few shady Instagram posts that appear to be directed at her family.
Spears hasn’t announced a publishing deal or anything to back up her upcoming book, but if you ask us, that sounds like a solid therapeutic outlet for her (and something we’d love to see). absoutely to read if ever it was published).