The On The Floor hitmaker recently revealed she will be lifting the lid on the problems she and her ex experienced during their seven-year marriage and the struggles she faced following their split in 2011 in the book, telling People en Espanol magazine, "I understood a lot of things about myself and my relationships, things I needed to learn."
She will also express her hopes for the future in the autobiography, including plans to give her five-year-old twins Max and Emme at least one more sibling: "I'd love to have more children. I'd love to have someone to share the rest of my life with, of course, who doesn't want that? But I don't know... I don't know what the future has in store for me. This is what I do know: I'm fine. Before I wasn't fine. The book is about that too, (feeling that) you're fine."
The memoir is expected to be released next year (14) and Anthony, who has maintained an amicable relationship with his ex since their split, admits he is interested in getting further insight into Lopez's reasons for ending their marriage.
Joking about the book to reporters, he says, "I never speak about my personal life, but if Jennifer's going to write a book that deals with her life, I expect to be in it."
He adds, "I wish her the best. I have nothing personal to say. She is a marvelous woman, an incredible mother, the mother of my children. I'm crazy about reading it. She's the mother of my children and my friend. We continue being friends. If she thinks it's important to write this book at this time in her life, I'm going to support her as a friend and as the mother of my children."