Yoko Ono to write about The Beatles and John Lennon in memoirs?

The late Lennon’s wife hints she will write about relationship

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Yoko Ono has hinted that she may write about life with The Beatles and her late husband John Lennon in her memoirs.

Answering fans' questions on her website, Imaginepeace.com, she said that she planned to write her next book within the next five years – which would give insights into her life influences.

"I would love to do it. I just have to find the time," she wrote when asked if she would write her memoirs. When asked what it was like for her growing up and her influences, she wrote, "Read my next book, which will be written in five years or so."

Ono has traditionally been quiet on the issue of her relationship with the band.

In the question and answer session she said she does attend gigs by Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, describing them as "wise and delightful people".

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