Convicted Bali smuggler Schapelle Corby is ready to read her story about her & # 39; descent into madness & # 39; to share after the announcement that she released an update of her biography.
With the title & # 39; Schapelle Corby, My Story & # 39; the book promises a & # 39; fully revised and updated & # 39; version of her life since her release from Kerobokan prison in 2014 and her return to Australia two years ago.
She shared a photo of the cover of the book with Instagram on Thursday.
Schapelle Corby (pictured with her boyfriend) is ready to share her raw and uncensored story
The updated autobiography of Schapelle will be available from October 29 in the bookstore
& # 39; It has been a very difficult time to work on this emotionally & # 39 ;, Corby, 42, posted on Instagram.
& # 39; It is very raw and uncensored. Fully revised and updated. If it wasn't for all your support – and have the confidence and actually are brave enough to go back and continue and do this. So thanks everyone. & # 39;
Written with best-selling author Kathryn Bonella, the book is published by Macmillan Australia and will be available in the bookstore later this month.
& Schapelle describes her descent into madness and finding her way back, the chaos of her release, the processes of living outside on conditional release and, ultimately, her dramatic return to Australia, merciless all the while by the media hunted & # 39 ;, says a book description on the publisher's website.
Shapelle Corby breaks off in court after the news that he has been sentenced to 20 years
Her publisher describes Corby (depicted in Kerobokan prison) as the most famous prisoner of Hotel K.
& # 39; This is the first time since 2006 that Schapelle has spoken, driven by a determination to show that she has emerged, signed, but with her dignity, humor and courage intact. & # 39;
Corby was flooded with messages of support from her followers with news about her new book.
& # 39; Read the first will buy the second congratulations. A book to be written, & # 39; placed a supporter.
Another added: & # 39; It still gives a smile to my face as you watch how you live a beautiful life in Australia again. & # 39;
Corby says that working on her updated autobiography was emotionally a very difficult time
This week was 15 years since she became a household name when the then 27-year-old beautician was arrested at Ngurah Rai airport in Bali with 4.2 kg of marijuana in her boogie bag, a crime she still denies.
In May 2005, the world watched as Corby broke down in court while being sentenced to 20 years in prison.
After a number of sentence reductions, Corby was released conditionally in February 2014 after nine years behind bars.
After having lived in Bali for three, she was sent back to Australia in May 2017 amid a media frenzy.
Schapelle's telling autobiography is about her life since her release from Kerobokan prison in 2014 and her return to Australia two years ago in the midst of a media frenzy
Corby has a long-term relationship with Ben Panangian, an Indonesian surfer whom she first met at a church service in Kerobokan prison in 2006.
The couple only brings together & # 39; two precious weeks a year & # 39; because Ben is unable to enter Australia due to his criminal record.
& # 39; She spent ten years at Hotel K, where she survived unimaginable atrocities, corrupt guards, humiliating circumstances and abuse by other prisoners, but amazingly found the love of her life – a love that is still burning strong, & # 39; her book description states.
Corby recently launched pregnancy rumors after being proposed to shop for baby supplies at a Kmart in Brisbane.
It comes after she revealed to Woman & # 39; s Day magazine earlier this year and she and Ben, 38, tried for a baby.
Schapelle Corby, My Story is in the bookcase from October 29 for $ 29.95.
The most famous prisoner of the Kerobokan prison was released in 2014 after nine years
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