Lindsay Lohan 'to write style and fashion book'

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LINDSAY Lohan is to write an "educational" book on style and fashion.

The 'Mean Girls' actress has reportedly turned down publishers' bids for a tell-all book, but is happy to share her thoughts on one of her major passions.

A source told the New York Post newspaper: "Lindsay has had numerous offers to do a tell-all book about her time in rehab, her brushes with the law, her crazy family, or to lift the lid on the less glamorous side of a Hollywood starlet.

"But she refused those offers, and she's working on something related to style and fashion and her travels, an educational book."

The 29-year-old star has been out of the spotlight over the last few months, spending the summer travelling across Europe, including enjoying a few weeks in Mykonos, Greece with some of her wealthy friends, like film producer Mohammed Al Turki.

Prior to her travels, Lindsay said living and working in London had given her an opportunity to make a fresh start.

Speaking in June, she said: "I'm in a really good place. I'm blessed to have been able to do a play in London and start a different way of life.

"New York is very fast-paced, and it's not like that over here for me. You grow up and change, and I'm really happy about that, as overall I feel a lot better."

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