Ryan O'Neal will write a book about his relationship with Farrah Fawcett.
The actor dated the Charlie's Angels star—who died at 62 after losing a three-year battle with anal cancer in June 2009—on and off for over 20 years and wants to chronicle their romance in a memoir set for release early next year.
Tina Constable—senior VP/publisher at Crown Archetype, the company who will publish the book—said: "Ryan O'Neal and Farrah Fawcett's public and private relationship is one of the great Hollywood romances and has fascinated people for more than three decades. Now, Ryan has decided to stop letting other people tell his and Farrah's story and to instead share their epic tale of love and heartbreak himself."
The book, tentatively titled Past Imperfect, will also feature never-before-seen photos and documents from their life together.
Last year, Ryan—who has a 26-year-old son, Redmond O'Neal, with Farrah—claimed he can still hear Farrah's voice and misses the blonde beauty every day.
He said: "I hear her voice, I see her silhouette. I miss her cooking. I haven't had a good meal since she left me. It's harder than I thought. I miss her. We all miss her."
Ryan O'Neal, 70, has made two documentaries about Farrah's battle with cancer.