So you're itching for a new memoir to chow down on, but you're tired of reading books written by people who you genuinely distrust. If only there was a smart woman working hard on a book about the inner workings of her powerful brain, right? Wouldn't that be the perfect late spring read?
Great news, then, you memoir-addict. Hillary Clinton is releasing her second memoir with Simon & Schuster, and it's coming out on June 10. When she wrote her first memoir, 2003's Living History, she was working as New York's senator and writing the book at night; a grueling combination. In order to write this memoir, she learned a very important lesson, as she told the Association of American Publishers: quit your day job.
According to the book's website, this memoir will provide "candid reflections" on Clinton's time as Secretary of State during the Obama administration, as well as "thoughts about how to navigate the challenges of the 21st century." Seeing as Clinton is considered a front-runner for the Democratic party's nomination for the 2016 elections, these so-called "thoughts" about the future could end up being extremely influential. As Time points out, the memoir's promotional tour "could double as a practice round for a campaign many consider to be inevitable."
But it's not all furrowed brows and endless political scheming up in chez Clinton. She's got a sense of humor about the whole memoir-writing thing. Clinton told the Association of American Publishers that her upcoming book will be "just another light summer read," and offered up a few title suggestions, like Bossy Pantsuit (a Tina Fey reference), and Scrunchie Chronicles: 112 Countries and It's Still All About My Hair.
Unless the Scrunchie Chronicles theme catches on like wildfire, the book is, as of now, untitled.