Forget trees falling in the forest. Consider this question: if someone pens a memoir, but no one ever reads it, does the book actually exist?
We ask this question in light of the news that Kara DioGuardi will release "A Helluva High Note: Surviving Life, Love, And American Idol," in April 2011. The songwriter, who was never very popular during her two years on the show, was fired/quit Idol in early September.
DioGuardi says the autobiography "is meant to inspire others to take chances to succeed." Her next career move will be serving as a judge on a new Bravo singer/songwriter competition titled Going Platinum.
Will you purchase her memoir?