Martyn Williams: The Magnificent Seven. The Autobiography by Martyn Williams with Simon Thomas, published by John Blake will be available in the Cardiff Blues shop shortly priced at £17.99.
"I really enjoyed doing the book, and yes, the main thing is that it can be something my kids can look back to in the future," said Martyn.
"I have tried to be as honest as I possibly can be and people should remember that the book is simply me calling things the way I saw them.
"Others may well have a different view on events that I was involved in and that's fair enough because we all see things differently."
"My intention would never to be sensationalist for the sake of it."
Martyn has decided to donate most of the money made from the book to Cancer Care Cymru, with the battle against something that affects so many people very prominent in his thinking.
The greatest regional rugby event of the season is coming to the Millennium Stadium tomorrow (Easter Sunday) and fans can still get tickets to see their favourite Welsh rugby stars in action under one roof.
One of the biggest fixtures in the Welsh regional rugby calendar kicks on Easter Sunday afternoon as Judgement Day II sees the Cardiff Blues take on the Scarlets and Newport Gwent Dragons get set to face the Ospreys.
Former X Factor stars Rhydian Roberts and Lucie Jones are set to strike a chord with Welsh rugby fans this Easter Sunday when they perform at 'Judgement Day II' - the festival of regional rugby at the Millennium Stadium.
As part of the build-up to next month's Cardiff 2014 Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup finals weekend, ERC has joined forces with the WRU, Cardiff Blues and adidas to develop an annual grassroots community rugby programme targeting young players.
Inspired Cardiff Blues enjoyed Judgement Day at the Millennium Stadium as they secured a tense 17-13 win over regional rivals Scarlets in a feisty and enthralling encounter in the RaboDirect PRO12 on Easter Sunday.
Inspired Cardiff Blues produced a performance packed full of passion and pride as they withheld a powerful Ulster Rugby comeback to stun the Irish high-fliers 28-23 in a thrilling RaboDirect PRO12 encounter at the Arms Park.
Cardiff Blues suffered derby day misery at the hands of hat-trick man Aisea Natoga and the Ospreys as they fell to a 34-9 defeat in the RaboDirect PRO12 clash at a rain lashed Liberty Stadium on Friday night.