Actor Charlie Sheen doesn’t seem to be shedding tears over the mid-season shutdown of his television show, Two and a Half Men. In fact, he hopes to sell a tell-all book about his experiences for $10 million.
Back in the 90’s, Sheen wrote a book of poetry entitled A Peace of My Mind. We believe we’ve found an Amazon link to the self-published collection–a screen-shot is embedded above (click to enlarge). The collection features illustrations by Adam Rifkin.
TMZ reports on the unwritten memoir: “Sheen tells us he wants the world to know what really happened behind-the-scenes of the show during his 8-year run … the good times and the bad … and he plans on naming names — including co-stars. We’re told Sheen even has a title in mind — When the Laughter Stopped.” (via Publishers Weekly)