Gretchen Wilson’s autobiography, Redneck Woman: Stories From My Life, will be out in stores Nov. 1.


The book will highlight Gretchen’s incredible rags-to-riches story from a poor young girl in tiny Pocahontas, Ill., to the heights of country stardom. It also takes readers into the everyday life of the superstar and mom. “More than anything else, I wanted to write this book just to be able to connect on a different level with my fans,” says Gretchen. Country Weekly will run an excerpt from the book in the Dec. 4 issue, on newsstands Nov. 20.


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