Republican presidential candidate Michelle Bachman has landed a book deal.
Sentinel, a conservative imprint of Penguin Group (USA), announced Monday that the Republican presidential candidate's memoir will arrive in November and already has been completed. The book is currently untitled.
Sentinel said Bachmann will "share previously untold stories" about her private life, "including her roles as a tax attorney, a wife, a mother of five, and a foster mother of 23."
The book will be in stores on Nov. 21.
Almost all of the Republican presidential candidates have published books, which have become a standard way of operating during presidential campaigns.
"People are the most important ingredient in life," Bachmann said in a statement issued Monday through Sentinel.
"I love people, and I care deeply that our nation's economy turns around so they can realize their American dream," she said.
"This book will help to share my enthusiasm for an energized, pro-growth economy, and the life experiences that inform my optimism for the American people and for American greatness," she continued.
Bachmann, 54, is serving her third term in Congress as the representative of the 6th District of Minnesota.
She was the first Republican woman ever to be elected to the House of Representatives from the state.
Bachmann formally entered the race in June to seek the GOP nomination to challenge President Barack Obama in 2012 in June.