In the memoir, which includes a foreword by Justin himself, Mallette details her past struggles with drug and alcohol addiction, losing her faith, attempting suicide and getting pregnant at age 17. "Pattie's story will inspire readers to believe that even in the darkest of places, there's always hope," the book description reads. "For those who feel unlovable, there's always love. And for those who believe they're a lost cause, there's always room for another chance."
Justin supports his mom, whom he affectionately calls his "role model," and is even on a hunt for a multi-million dollar Los Angeles mega-mansion for his mama as a way of saying "thanks!"
Mallette's memoir is set for a Sept. 18 release under Christian publisher Revelle Books, but she'll have to compete with her superstar son on the book charts. Bieber's second book, 'Justin Bieber: Just Getting Started,' is set for a September release as well.