Bobby, who was married to the late singer for 15 years, has written the book four years ago before her death and is now looking for the right publisher.
Bobby Brown reportedly would cash in on Whitney Houstons's death by trying to release a tell-all book about his life with the pop star when she was alive. He wrote a tell-all back in 2008 and allegedly has been shopping it around in the wake of Whitney's death because it would garner more interest.
"Now is the time for a book that details an honest look into the life of Whitney," a major publisher told Huffington Post. The site's commentator Frances Krafthefer added, "Obviously, if he is thinking of publishing a tell-all book, it could never be accurate. Whitney is gone and we would hear only one side of the story. However, that will not stop book publishers, lawyers and other folks from doing anything they can to get this published."
Bobby and Whitney were married in 1992 and both her career in music and movie went spiraling down after that. They have one daughter together, Bobbi Kristina, but divorced in 2007. Bobby was often blamed by her family to be the biggest bad influence for Whitney.
On another news, a film about the late singer which was put in plan before her death is moving on with a casting. "Stomp the Yard" star Meagan Good reportedly is in discussions to play Whitney in a biopic which is yet titled.