Colin Farrell dated British novelist Emma Forrest (top right) after the release of 2008’s “In Bruges.” He begged her to have a baby with him and the two were seen buying a pregnancy test at a Hollywood Rite Aid (inset).Emma Forrest’s new memoir, “Your Voice in My Head,” out Tuesday, is a story of grief — over both the death of a beloved therapist who helped her recover from a suicide attempt, and an epic, failed love affair that just happened to be with bad-boy Irish actor Colin Farrell.After several tumultuous years as a newspaper columnist and novelist, she has just emerged from the latest in a string of debilitating depressive episodes.Now she feels strong enough to take on a new career and city, having just signed a contract with the William Morris Agency, which will represent her screenplays.
You might be even supportive of her despite the fact that she shared some excruciatingly private information about what happened when you two were dating. And then you suggested that the next step after the trip was to make a baby. A source said: 'He would not introduce her to his family.She was also upset that he didn’t thank her at the Golden Globe Awards.'Novelist and journalist Emma was credited with being a stabilising influence in the actor's life.” she points out brightly – has accepted the fact she may always need to take mood-stabilizing drugs. Forrest, 33, has already managed to compile an impressive body of work when not self-destructing.After dropping out of her West London high school, she become a music critic for the Sunday Times at the tender age of 15.
Although she devotes nearly a third of the book to her affair with Farrell, London-born Forrest, 34, never refers to him by name.