Fabrice Muamba has revealed his autobiography will be titled "I'm Still Standing".
Muamba, forced to retire from football after suffering a cardiac arrest during an FA Cup game in March, will detail the events leading up to and during his sickening collapse.
The former Bolton Wanderers midfielder's heart stopped beating independently for 78 minutes after he fell during the Trotters' FA Cup quarter-final at Tottenham Hotspur on 17 March.
He was discharged from the London Chest Hospital after 31 days but was advised by doctors in the summer to quit playing.
Twenty-four-year-old Muamba, who arrived in England from Congo when he was 11, said his book will be released in November.