Washington, Feb 20 : Rockers Bon Jovi have axed their plans of penning an autobiography about their 25 years of association - because they could not agree on what to reveal to the world.
The 'You Give Love A Bad Name' hitmakers had started working on the book with author David Ritz, but quickly realized that there were too many things which they could not reveal to the outside world.
"We were limiting ourselves in what we'd say, so when you're having reservations you're not telling the truth," Contactmusic quoted the band's frontman Jon Bon Jovi, as saying.
"And, if you're not telling the truth, what's the point? So we gave 'em (publishers) their money back and called it a day.
"It's either gonna tell the truth or it's not coming out. There's been a lot of accomplishments in 25 years. There's a story there. There's a reason why," he added.