She learns one or two lessons from being in jail, maybe. Lil' Kim who's been released from prison in September 2006, makes good with her freedom, giving hand at writing book.
The rapper is writing a book, titled "The Price of Loyalty," which is to be released later this year by publishing giant St. Martin's Press. Confirming on that report, Kim's spokesperson Tracy Nguyen claims the book is not an autobiography.
While a specific release date and further details of the book are not made public, it is stated on Kim's Myspace page the book is 320 pages and is scheduled to hit stores May 29th.
Kim, in the meantime, is serving as one of the judges on the CW network's reality series, "Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll." She is in charge to help The Pussycat Dolls pick a seventh member from a pack of nine contestants competing for the spot.