You can’t make this stuff up.
Hillary Clinton is still trying to cash in.
This time, it’s through a “memoir” that she hopes “will inspire other people.”
Independent Journal Review gives us preview:
“Former democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is set to release a memoir with Simon & Schuster. The book will be a collection of personal essays filled with quotes that have propelled Clinton throughout her career and life. Clinton said in a statement:
‘These are the words I live by…These quotes have helped me celebrate the good times, laugh at the absurd times, persevere during the hard times and deepen my appreciation of all life has to offer.’
The book will also reflect on her defeat against President Donald Trump. The book is untitled, but she hopes it will inspire other people.”
It’s hard to believe after her crushing defeat that anyone would care about her essays and musings.
Bloomberg offers these peeks into the future publication.
“A Simon & Schuster spokesman said the book’s expected length was 384 pages, but declined to say how far along Clinton was with the manuscript. Simon & Schuster Carolyn Reidy said in a statement that she had been discussing such a book with Clinton since 1994.
‘We are delighted that Secretary Clinton finally thinks the time is right to share the words and thoughts that nourished and enriched her, and defined the experiences of her extraordinary life,’ Reidy said.
Financial terms were not disclosed for her essay collection. Clinton was represented by Washington attorney Robert Barnett, whose other clients include Obama and Clinton’s husband, former President Bill Clinton. Net author proceeds from ‘It Takes a Village will be donated to charity.”
Is the “charity” the Clinton Foundation?
Good luck with that!