Norcross, who was eliminated from Celebrity Big Brother last Friday (January 20), confirmed his literary plans during a conference call with journalists.
Speaking about his post-Big Brother projects, the Sugar Hut employee said: "I'd like to take a week and get my feet on the ground and then I want to get a book out.
"I want to tell people why I am like I am and why I do what I do."
The 23-year-old also defended his behaviour on the Channel 5 reality show and palmed away accusations that he acted like a pest with fellow contestant Georgia Salpa.
"I thought she would be a girl with fun banter in the house, but it didn't work out like that unfortunately, said Norcross.
"I'm a bit of a flirt and minutes go like hours in that house. I'm a trier and someone saying no to me means saying yes. I like that banter really more than a flirt."
Norcross backed either Frankie Cocozza or rugby legend Gareth Thomas to win the series, which concludes on Friday night (January 27).
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