Oprah Winfrey to publish a book on chat show

London: TV mogul Oprah Winfrey is set to release a 240-page book featuring 150 photographs, personal memories and highlights form her chat show.

The 57-year-old`s book named `The Oprah Winfrey Show: Reflections on an American Legacy`, will be released on November 15, reported a website.

The coffee table book feature essays by a number of stars, including a piece by U2 singer Bono and American journalist Nicholas Kristof on social action, as well as a Julia Roberts and Diane Von Furstenberg article about culture.

A tribute to Winfrey by John Travolta and Phil Donahue will also be included in the publication, which also features a picture of Oprah taken by fashion photographer Ruven
Afanador on the cover.

Winfrey was joined by a lot of celebrities including Tom Cruise and Madonna in the final episode of her programme, which she quit earlier this year after 25 years, to concentrate on her TV network, OWN.



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