Hillary Clinton to Write New Memoir
At a 'Global Townterview' this morning, Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, confirmed that she plans to write a new memoir, Buzzfeed reports. She isn't too set on the details, though.
"Yes, I will write a memoir," Clinton told those in attendance. "I don't know what I will say in it yet."
Clinton, who resigned from President Obama's first-term cabinet as Secretary of State, previously published a memoir in 2003, entitled LIVING HISTORY. It followed her time growing up in suburbia, and her time in The White House as First Lady. She also wrote the child development book, IT TAKES A VILLAGE, released in 1996.
Though she denies that she'll post a presidential election bid, Clinton is undoubtedly the Democrats' first choice to run for head of state in 2016. As The Huffington Post noted, a politician eyeing a run for president may choose to pen a memoir prior to running, as explained by The New York Times in 2007.
"For candidates, writing a book is a way to make money, build gravitas and grab media attention."
For now, however, according to Buzzfeed, Clinton's planning on "catching up on about 20 years of sleep deprivation."