After becoming a mom to baby boy Logan, Tamar Braxton is coming out with a relationship book.
The 36-year-old singer announced the book, entitled, Love & War, which co-written with husband, Vincent Herbert, 43.
"We just finished it. It will be out on Black Friday, and it's also called Love And War," Tamar told radio station 97.9 The Box Houston. "The reason why it's called that is it's a relationship book with Vince and I."
Fans can expect to read about the journey of love and marriage for Braxton and Herbert.
"It's not a traditional love relationship book. I tell my story, Vince tells his story. Then we come together and tell our story. You get a lot from it," Braxton said.
In the same radio interview, Braxton also addressed the feuds she has with Love and Hip Hop stars, K. Michelle and Joseline Hernandez.
"Like seriously, why you mad? She just has a problem in general. She's been bullying me and just acting like a fool, and we're just going to pray for her," Braxton said about K. Michelle.
Braxton also shut down Hernandez's comments about being jealous that she wanted to be on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.
"I don't want to be a cast member, I actually own my show. Sorry, boo," Tamar corrected. "[Have] a good seat...with a seat belt on," she said.
Meanwhile, Braxton is gearing up for the release of her new album, which is set to hit stores September 3.
"It's the music that I've always wanted to do," Tamar told Rap-Up TV. "It's a true definition of who I am as a person. It's upbeat, it's fun, it's opinionated, it's raw, and it's great."