Responding to critics who say he’s far too young to have completed actual memoirs, Broncos QB Tim Tebow says the narrative of his autobiographical book will begin at the moment of his conception.

The 23-year-old pro-life quarterback, whose memoirs will be published early next year, will describe his experiences as a unborn child, from his trials and tribulations as an angst-ridden zygote to the emotional days leading up to his passage through his mother’s birth canal.

“It’s the first of its kind,” the former Heisman trophy winner said. “A book that tells a complete life’s journey, the way the Bible intended it: from the very beginning all the way to year 23.”

Tebow’s innovative approach is intended to be a “wake-up call” for Americans who aren’t used to reading about a sperm’s emotions or in-utero dialogue between an embryo and its guardian angel.

“Sure, we want to shake some people up with these memoirs,” a spokesman for the publisher said. “But at the end of the day, if people walk away from this book with a better understanding of Tim as a football player, human being and fertilized egg, we’ll be happy.”

At this time, the publisher is considering the following titles for Tebow’s forthcoming memoirs: “The Whole Nine Months,” “The Da Timci Code,” “Throw v. Wade” and “Publicity Stunt No. 2.”