Shawnia Twain was an unstoppable force in country in the 90's. It seemed like everything she or her producer husband Mutt Lange touched turned to solid gold. But fame can be fleeting, and Shawnia faded from the scene.

Now we get a new and quite in-depth look at Her life after super-stardom with the pending release of her autobigraphy entitled "From This Moment On".

A lot has happened to the young lady from Canada in the past few decades. Her popularity waned, she divorced from Mutt, and recently re-married.

Newlywed Shania Twain will release her autobiography, 'From This Moment On,' May 3. The book chronicles the singer's ascension from her birth in Canada as Eilleen Edwards to the superstar who's sold more than 75 million albums worldwide.

In the book, Shania opens up about her childhood in Ontario as well as her dealing with the tragic deaths of her step-father and mother.

She's quoted as saying that she has had reason to develop an new resolve to share her story and to add to the knowledge that so many of her fans have acquired over the years.

Shawnia recently married Frédéric Thiébaud in Puerto Rico on New Year's Day 2011

Shania posted a letter to her fans on her website in December to share news of the engagement, writing, "The support of others has helped me to move forward less fearful of change, allowing me to embrace the beauty of life today and remain more open to whatever it brings tomorrow ... In the last two-and-a-half years of adjusting to life after separation and divorce, I needed to lean on others more often than I was accustomed to ... I'm in love! Frédéric Nicolas Thiébaud has been a true gift to me as a compassionate, understanding friend and over time, an amazing love has blossomed from this precious friendship."

The book is being published by Atria Books, an imprint of Simon and Schuster.

For those of you who regualrly read my posts, you know that I have claimed that her song "Still the One" is one of the best country songs of all time.
Also in the pipeline for Shania is her reality show 'Why Not?' which is scheduled to premiere on Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network in April.