NEW YORK (AP) — Cyndi Lauper swears her book will show her true colors.
The award-winning performer has a memoir coming out this fall, Atria Books announced Monday.
"Cyndi Lauper" will cover the singer's story from her troubled childhood to superstardom in the 1980s to the "ups and downs" that followed.
In a statement issued by Atria, the 58-year-old Lauper said: "Sometimes I come off good, sometimes not so good."
Lauper's hits include "True Colors," ''Girls Just Want to Have Fun" and "Time After Time."
Atria is an imprint of Simon & Schuster.
Simon & Shuster is owned by CBS Corp.