London: Arnold Schwarzenegger`s estranged wife Maria Shriver has been flooded with offers from publication houses who want to capture her "recent" turbulent life in a book.
Shriver, who has already written six best-selling books including `And One More Thing Before You Go` and `What`s Happening to Grandpa?`, was approached by dealers with multi-million offers, to write a book on her tumultuous marriage to Schwarzenegger, his love child and reported extramarital affairs, reported Daily Mail online.
Shriver has filed for divorce to end her 25-year marriage with the former Californian governor last Friday, citing "irreconcilable differences".
The decision was taken after Schwarzenegger confessed to fathering a love-child with the family`s house-maid, Mildred Beana, almost a decade ago.
Post the confession, the series of unfortunate events that followed have been the hot topic across the globe.
According to reports, a top publishing executive has said that Shriver could rake in more than the all-time advance record, which was the USD 15 million paid to former president Bill Clinton for his memoir, `My Life`.
While speculations are rife about the book, Shriver is yet to confirm about her interest in going public.
In her divorce plea, she has sought shared custody of their minor children, Patrick, 17, and Christopher, 13, besides requesting Schwarzenegger to pay the attorneys fees for both parties.