Jamie Lynn Spears will not be launching a book tour to promote her new memoir Things I Should Have Said.
According to TMZ, the 30-year-old actress was approached for a book tour but turned down the offer.
Sources close to the Zoey 101 star also told the outlet that Jamie Lynn didn’t write her memoir with the aim of making a huge profit.
Not happening: Jamie Lynn Spears will not be launching a book tour to promote her new memoir Things I Should Have Said. Seen in 2016
Not the truth: Britney said the things I should have said contained falsehoods about their relationship
Insiders told the site that the mother-of-two wrote the book to “address her past, heal from it, and move on.”
The Nickelodeon alum will receive proceeds from sales of the book and will also donate some of it to several charities.
However, the sources declined to name the charities due to an incident last October.
Motivation: Insiders tell TMZ the mother-of-two wrote the book to ‘address her past, heal from it and move on’
Not shocked: Sources also told TMZ that the How Could I Want More singer was ‘not shocked’ by Britney’s backlash to specific passages in the book and Jamie Lynn’s recent appearance on ABC’s Nightline
Jamie Lynn’s offer to donate some of the book’s proceeds to the nonprofit This Is My Brave was rejected by the organization after receiving backlash from the sister’s fans Jamie Lynn’s eldest, Britney.
Insiders said charitable recipients will now remain anonymous to avoid a similar outcome.
Additionally, Jamie Lynn doesn’t think a book tour is necessary to promote the new release and prefers to spend her time focusing on her daughters Maddie, 13, and Ivey, three.
Sources also told TMZ that the How Could I Want More singer was “not shocked” by Britney’s backlash to specific passages in the book and Jamie Lynn’s recent appearance on ABC’s Nightline.
Insiders said Jamie Lynn “knows her sister better than anyone and was prepared for such reactions from Britney and others.”
Personalized: On Sunday, the Sweet Magnolias star promoted Things I Should Have Said on her Instagram Story
On Sunday, the Sweet Magnolias star promoted Things I Should Have Said on her Instagram Story.
She posted a link to a website where fans could request signed copies, writing, “While I was signing books I decided to write some special little notes in a few of them!”
‘Pre-order now and you might be one of those who will receive a book with my signature and a special note. TAP LINK to get yours while supplies last.’
Icon: On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, she paid tribute to the late civil rights icon by sharing a black-and-white photo with one of her most famous quotes, “Hate cannot drive out hatred. hatred”. Only love can do that’
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, she paid tribute to the late civil rights icon by sharing a black-and-white photo with one of her most famous quotes, “Hate cannot drive out hate.” Only love can do that.
Jamie Lynn tried to settle the animosity between her and Britney with a message that was shared on her Instagram Story on Saturday.
In the statement, the actress appealed to her brother and said she desperately wanted to work out their differences away from the public eye.
The performer’s plea comes after a long period of back and forth between the two siblings regarding their past treatment of each other.
Sending an olive branch: Jamie Lynn tried to settle the animosity between herself and Britney, with a message that was shared on her Instagram story on Saturday; they are seen in 2017
Jamie Lynn started the post by telling her sister that they should talk one-on-one about their differences instead of airing their issues on social media.
“Britney – Call me, I’ve tried many times to talk to you directly and handle this privately like sisters should, but you always choose to do everything on a public platform,” she said. writing.
The Zoey 101 star went on to say that her sister’s claims that they were estranged in the past weren’t true and that she tried to act as a positive figure in her brother’s life.
“In the meantime, please stop saying I wasn’t there for you or making things up.” I am happy to share the number of times I have reached out to you, supported you and tried to help you,” she noted.
A different route: In the statement, the 30-year-old actress appealed to her 40-year-old brother and said she was desperate to deal with their differences away from the public eye.
Jamie Lynn concluded the message by writing bluntly that the animosity between her and Britney was not healthy for either of them.
She wrote that the couple’s public feud was “embarrassing and needs to stop”. I love you.’
The singer previously called her younger sister a “scum” for spreading “crazy lies” about her in a soon-to-be-released memoir titled Things I Should Have Said.
The hitmaker went on to express his feelings about it in a series of images that were shared to his Twitter account on Saturday.
Fight back: The hitmaker then expressed her feelings about it in a series of images which were shared on her Twitter account on Saturday
Britney began her post by expressing that the things I should have said contained many misstatements regarding their relationship.
She wrote: “Jamie Lynn…I don’t think your book is about me at all…I said some harsh things because you obviously hurt me by the things you are making up about me!!!!”
The toxic singer went on to say that while she admired her sister’s work, she had to achieve more under greater pressure.
She said: ‘I know you’ve worked hard for the life you have and done amazing things!!!! But I think we should both agree that family has never been so hard on you as they have been on me!!!’
Britney added: “What daddy did to me, they don’t even do to criminals… so for you to sit and act completely apart from what happened to me is honesty insane to me!!!”
The singer then accused Jamie Lynn of siding with her detractors and lamented that their feud was playing out in the public eye.
She noted, “So go ahead and say what you want…it’s so corny for a family to publicly fight like this!!! You say you love me…yet your loyalty is always with the people who hurt me the most!!!’
Not an ideal method: The singer then accused Jamie Lynn of siding with her detractors and lamented that their feud was playing out in the public eye
Britney concluded by writing: ‘I wish I could do what you do and do interviews!!! I’m scared of all this…I admire you for being strong…just know that I love you and I think you already know that more than anything!!!’
The sisters have been embroiled in a war of words over the content of Things I Should Have Said.
The forthcoming book is set to be available to the public on January 25.