Danny Dyer pens book about pubs and ghosts
Danny Dyer has penned a book about his thoughts on everything from pubs to whether or not ghosts exist and has described it as a "sort"
Danny Dyer has written a book about pubs and ghosts.
The 'EastEnders' actor - who plays Queen Vic landlord Mick Carter in the BBC One soap - has loved writing 'The World According to Danny Dyer: Life Lessons From The East End' and described it as a "sort".
He told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "I've bloody loved writing this book, it's going to be a right sort. It's going to be my thoughts on a lot of things from pubs, to if ghosts exist.
"You could say it's a bit like one of my finest, longest and off the wall tweets."
The 38-year-old star - who is known for playing hardmen in films including 'The Football Factory' and 'Adulthood' - often writes funny posts on Twitter and his book is likely to provide similar anecdotes.
A source told the newspaper: "Danny loves writing and words, he's really interested in all sorts of things, from UFOs to pubs to his own philosophies about life.
"This book is going to cover everything. It's something he's been wanting to do for a while now."
'The World According to Danny Dyer: Life Lessons From The East End' is being published by Quercus and is scheduled for release on October 22.
The tome's description on Amazon reads: "This book is a window into the world of Danny Dyer - and he's seen more of the world than most so he's got one or two things to say about it.
"Tackling such vital questions as, 'Where have all the old boozers gone?' 'Are there such things as ghosts?' And, 'Am I middle class?' "