Clinton will reflect on 2016 race in new book — AP NewsBreak

Getty Images                      Justin Guarini Erin Mackey Mariand Torres Hillary Clinton Telly Leung Gerianne Perez Margo Seibert and Chesney Snow

Getty Images Justin Guarini Erin Mackey Mariand Torres Hillary Clinton Telly Leung Gerianne Perez Margo Seibert and Chesney Snow

Clinton is also set to publish a collection of essays inspired by numerous quotations that she has been collecting over the years. "We think a lot of them are going to want to hear her stories".

Hillary Clinton pauses as she addresses her staff and supporters about the results of the U.S. election at a hotel in the Manhattan borough of NY, U.S., November 9, 2016.

One of those speeches will be a commencement address in May at her alma mater, Wellesley College, the Boston Globe reported, commemorating her 1969 address to her own graduating class.

Last month, the Clintons attended "The Color Purple". She tweeted in support of the nationwide women's marches held the day after his inauguration and condemned his recent executive order restricting immigration.

The book is now untitled and due to be published in autumn of this year. If the 2016 campaign was her last, her book of essays would be her first written while she was neither in public office nor anticipating a future run.

"These are the words I live by", noted Clinton. Financial terms were not revealed.

Visiting the show with husband, former president, Bill Clinton, the political power couple received a warm reception from the audience, who saluted them with a standing ovation. Net author proceeds from "It Takes a Village" will be donated to charity.

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