In the memoir the 62-year-old actress tells the story of her "unusual and special" childhood, and "lay bare a few things, and put a few things to rest."
She recalls working as a young actress under her father's direction and covers how devastating her mother's death was, but the details of her very public relationship with fellow actor Jack Nicholson wont be revealed until the second volume.
"He's a fascinating man and people like to know details," Huston said of her former flame. "Men love Jack almost as much as women love Jack."
And she'll reveal those details in the second part of her memoir, titled Watch Me, due out a year from now. The sequel will reportedly cover her acting career, her years in Los Angeles and "meeting Jack."
"Most people associate me with Jack and don't really think of me before Jack," Huston told USA Today.
"We've had a long and deep friendship, and Jack's somebody that I want in my life," she added. "I wouldn't be happy not having him in my life."
According to Nan Graham, who has read many pages of the Watch Me manuscript, "there's a lot of Jack," in volume two.
"There will," Graham said, "be ample Jack."
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