Late Beatle legend John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono is set to end her silence on her time with the British band singer as she's preparing to write an autobiography.
The couple wed in 1969 and lived together before Lennon was murdered in New York City in 1980. While his first wife, Cynthia, penned two tomes on her life with the legendary musician, Ono opted to keep her tales secret.
Contactmusic.com reports, the 76-year-old Ono has now revealed she is preparing to tell all but the book won't be ready to hit shelves until 2015.
"I would love to do it. I just have to find the time," she said.
Ono adds that an autobiography will be her "next book, which will be written in the next five years".
The artist-musician has previously voiced concerns about writing a book, because it may upset the other Beatles' families.
"There are things that I can't write because it may hurt someone. I think about how it might hurt (their) children, and I don't want to do that," she had said.