Adele passes on seven-figure book deal, says she's 'too young'

With armloads of awards and enough critical and commercial acclaim to last a lifetime, 24-year-old Adele has had a more exciting life than most of us. But the British singer and songwriter says she's still too young to pen an autobiography -- even though publisher HarperCollins has reportedly offered her a staggering seven-figure book deal.

A source told the UK paper the Mirror that "even though she received a lucrative offer, her primary concern was that she doesn't want to write a book about just 24 years."

"She feels she'd rather wait until she has more life experience to write about."

Of course, it's not as if Adele is hurting for the money; between record sales, "Skyfall" royalties and income from touring, the young lady with the big voice is worth an estimated $46 million per year, according to the Telegraph.

However, a book deal isn't totally off the table, the source reported, noting that she'd con cider it more seriously once she'd acquired a little more life experience to write about.