By Taylor Weatherby
April 29, 2015 at 08:39 PM EDT

Jewel revealed the cover for her upcoming memoir, Never Broken: Songs Are Only Half the Story on Tuesday. The cover features the singer barefoot atop a horse in a draping orange dress. She also shared an excerpt from the book, which will be available Sept. 15. (People)

Along with Jewel, two other musicians will be putting out books in the near future. First, Slipknot/Stone Sour’s frontman Corey Taylor has his third book coming this summer, titled You’re Making Me Hate You: A Cantankerous Look at the Common Misconception That Humans Have Any Common Sense Left. The book showcases Taylor’s humorous side as he gives his opinions on everything from encountering rude people in restaurants to dangerously clueless drivers. In support of the book’s July 7 release, Taylor will hold daytime signings and evening solo gigs around the United States. (Loudwire

Secondly, G-Unit member Young Buck announced that he will be writing a memoir based on his 18 months in prison for weapons charges in 2012. Titled Behind The Wall, the memoir will be published with the help of Resource Printing and will tell “the story behind the music.” No release date has been set, but Resource noted that it is “coming soon.” (UpRoxx)

Amazon and Apple are facing an interesting lawsuit as a couple is suing for the unpermitted use of their photo on the cover of A Gronking to Remember. The erotic novella by Lacey Noonan based on New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski received national attention last year, including mentions on shows like The Tonight Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live! According to the issued complaint, the photo of the couple featured on the cover was an engagement picture that was used without permission from them or “any lawful copyright holder.” (Hollywood Reporter)

Potential 2016 presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson will be publishing a book in the fall. Titled A More Perfect Union: What We the People Can Do to Reclaim Our Constitutional Liberties, it will discuss the “basic principles” of the Constitution and how “they relate to our everyday lives,” according to Sentinel. The book will be available Oct. 6. (ABC News)