After 14 weeks, her sTORI Telling is set to claim the prestigious No. 1 spot

By People Staff
Updated September 09, 2008 08:55 AM


Tori Spelling is about to claim the top slot on the prestigious New York Times best-seller list.

This Sunday, her 288-page memoir, sTORI Telling, will be named the best-selling non-fiction book, according to press reports. It has been on the list for 14 weeks, and is already in its 19th printing, notes Entertainment Tonight.

This could be just the beginning of Spelling’s literary glory. In 2009, Simon & Schuster will release her follow-up book, Mommywood.
– Caris Davis