Hillary Clinton to Reflect on Election Loss to Trump in New Book

Former Democratic presidential candidate will pen series of personal essays inspired by favorite quotes

Hillary Clinton will reflect on her election loss to Donald Trump in a new book of personal essays.

Hillary Clinton will reflect on her election loss to President Donald Trump in a new book scheduled for release this fall via Simon & Schuster. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the former Democratic presidential candidate will structure the title as a series of personal essays inspired by her favorite quotations.

The former secretary of state, senator and first lady, will also reissue her best-selling 1996 book, It Takes a Village: And Other Lessons Children Teach Us, in an illustrated kids edition. No release dates were announced for either title.

Clinton is also plotting her next career move by re-partnering with speakers bureau Harry Walker Agency. The politician previously delivered paid talks through the company, drawing heavy criticism from her opponents – including Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders – throughout the election cycle.

Despite being heavily favored in mainstream polls – and winning the popular vote by nearly 3 million – Clinton lost the presidency to Trump in November. She was the fifth U.S. candidate to lose the presidential election despite winning the popular vote.