Some advice about just putting it on your resume and not saying that it's a memoir. The title of the book itself sounds like a giveaway, IMHO. What else could it be? A novel?
That being said, as I have no idea what is in the book, it would be hard to comment on whether it is going to be a detriment to your job search. But a warning; many employers frown upon employees having job-related blogs, and if they think you'll continue your blog once you're employed, they might think twice about hiring you. At-will employees have been fired for maintaining blogs (private employees actually have latitude to do this).
Is your book a whole warts-and-all, spill-the-beans about your law school experience (as your blog seems to be)? If so, employers might be concerned, if only that many are overly cautious these days, particularly when it comes to legal employment. Discretion is highly prized, in terms of colleagues and clients; if it looks in the slightest like you are not discrete in your manner of discussing your experiences, potential employers are going to hesitate.
Trust me...this is the day when employers are checking people's facebook accounts to see if there are pictures of the prospective employee partying too hard, or behaving irresponsibly. It sounds crazy, but you really have to manage your image carefully.