Keith Staskiewicz
February 01, 2011 AT 06:00 PM EST

Image Credit: Bob Charlotte/PR PhotosAfter years of shining in small roles in Christopher Guest and Judd Apatow comedies, Jane Lynch finally hit it big on the very popular—but for some reason rarely covered by us at EW—TV series Glee. Now she’s writing about her experiences, presumably in her own voice and not that of the perpetually abrasive Sue Sylvester. According to the New York Times’ ArtsBeat blog, Lynch’s memoir will be titled Happy Accidents. Lynch told the Times that the book has its roots in speeches she has given following her newfound popularity on the inspirationally themed Glee, and that it will detail her history in comedy, how she came to accept her homosexuality, and her (victorious) battle with alcoholism. Happy Accidents is set to hit bookstores in September.

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