As a part of Anne Heche’s posthumous book launch celebration, her son has announced that the book will be released as soon as possible.
In addition to thanking fans for the overwhelming support, Homer Laffoon also shared details about the Call Me Anne tome, five months after the death of his actress mother following a car crash in which the actress suffered a life-threatening injury.
Homer Laffoon Announced The Publication Of His Mother’s Memoir
As part of the 20-year-old’s announcement of Anne Heche’s posthumous publishing in the coming weeks, the 26-year-old’s son, Homer Laffoon, announced on Thursday that a second memoir written before Anne Heche’s death would be published posthumously shortly.
It is from the Instagram account of Homer’s late mother that he shared a look at the cover of his upcoming book, titled Call Me Anne, and expressed his gratitude for the words of love and support he has received since the passing of his mother.
“Hi Everybody, Homer here. Never imagined I’d find myself responsible for mom’s I.G. account, but here we are,” the post reads. “First things first, from August to now, the love, care, and support shown by those on social media and IRL have been overwhelming and blessedly received – thank you.
One day at a time is working for me, as I’m sure the healing journey will be long. Your good thoughts and wishes will continue to comfort me on my path.” In addition, Homer explained that since he is posting on his mom’s account, he has a responsibility to share with the rest of the community what she is working on and the excitement that she would have felt if she had told you what she was doing.
As part of the celebration of his life, Homer announced on Tuesday that he would be reading from the new book during a reading at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove in Hollywood on Saturday, January 24.
The Life Support For Anne Heche Was Turned Off Peacefully On August 14
It has been confirmed that the late actress’ rep is arranging for her organs to be donated after she has taken her life support off peacefully.
In August, Heche’s rep told E.T. that the 53-year-old actress had been diagnosed as brain dead despite her heart still beating, which is considered death under California law, even though her heart was still beating at the time. For her organs to be donated, Heche was kept on life support so that she could be kept alive.
In the aftermath of the Six Days star taking off medical assistance on Sunday evening, it has now been discovered that her organ recipients have been determined.
“Today we lost a bright light, a kind and most joyful soul, a loving mother, and a loyal friend,” a representative for Heche, who announced on Friday, told E.T. “Anne will be deeply missed, but she lives on through her beautiful sons, her iconic body of work, and her passionate advocacy. Her bravery for always standing in her truth, spreading her message of love and acceptance, will continue to have a lasting impact.”
On August 5, Heche was involved in an accident when she crashed her blue Mini Cooper into a home shortly before 11:00 a.m. P.T. in the neighborhood of Mar Vista in the city of Los Angeles.
Approximately 60 firefighters were needed to save Heche from the wreckage, which ignited a massive fire that raged so out of control that she had to be rushed to a nearby hospital with burns. The home was rendered uninhabitable as a result. It was later revealed that the fiery car crash that had taken place was her third encounter with a car in just 30 minutes.
He Administers the Estate Of Anne Heche
Earlier this year, Laffoon had requested a bond of $800,000 to cover the estate’s costs pending a full appraisal of the estate. A complete review of the late actress’ estate is still pending, Laffoon said, because of potential income that might be coming in for her shortly, including that of her upcoming memoir, which will be published in January.
Moreover, Laffoon said that several checks are made payable to the star of Six Days, Seven Nights that need to be negotiated and endorsed as soon as possible and deposited into a bank account as quickly as possible to avoid them being voided by the estate.
In addition to her many films, Heche was well known for her roles in soap operas such as Another World, Psycho, Six Days, and Donnie Brasco, among many others. Stay tuned for more great medical information at medical information shortly.