"The Inconceivable" actress Lindsay Lohan and "The X Files" star Gillian Anderson are ready to write their first book.
Co-writing with best-selling author Jeff Rovin, Anderson will write a supernatural science-fiction thriller titled "A Vision of Fire," which is set to be released in bookstores on Oct. 7, Los Angeles Times reported.
The story of "A Vision of Fire" revolves around a single mother and child psychiatrist Caitlin O'Hara who meets a teen client who speaks in tongues and also happens to be the daughter of India's ambassador to the United Nations.
Aside from the Indian teenager, other teens around the world are committing strange actions, including an Iranian boy who sets himself on fire and a Haitian girl who scratches at her throat after supposedly drowning on dry land.
Anderson's novel will be part of a series of books to be launched together with a new Simon & Schuster imprint publishing called Simon451. This will feature supernatural stories, fantasy, debut science fiction, dystopian fiction and apocalyptic fiction.
On the other hand, Lohan is looking for a co-author and a publisher to help her write her autobiographical trilogy based on journals written and kept by the actress over the years.
"I feel like my book will be more about that than anything else because there's the excitement of the life that I have lived, but I've seen a lot and if I can help anyone that might feel like it's okay to screw up. It's okay to feel lonely, or ugly or to feel overweight or underweight," she added.
Meanwhile, Lohan was spotted in four clubs in two different countries in just one week, Radar Online reported.
On Aug. 19, she was at the nightclub 1Oak, where she caused a commotion when she was moved from a prime table.
Two days later, she was at Gilded Lily where Future performed a set for the NYC club director Adam Spoont's birthday. When she was asked to give up her table, Lohan reportedly threw a fit.
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