Yoko Ono to publish memoirs?

She hints she may be writing her autobiography in the next five years

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Yoko Ono has said that she is considering writing her autobiography.

Answering fans’ questions on her website, Imaginepeace.com, Ono said that memoirs are likely to be released in the next five years.

“I would love to do it. I just have to find the time,” she wrote when asked if she had any plans to pen the book. A subsequent question asked Ono about her influences and what her memories of growing up were. She replied: “Read my next book, which will be written in five years or so.”

Elsewhere in the question and answer session, Ono spoke about Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, describing them as “wise and delightful people”.

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