Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki HaleyNimrata (Nikki) HaleyIf the US wants a better WTO, it should lead the way Bolton book shows nastiness rules at Trump White House George Floyd's brother calls on United Nations to study police brutality in US MORE is set to release a book this fall that its publisher described as "deeply personal."

St. Martin’s Press said in a press release Wednesday that Haley, who previously served as governor of South Carolina, will write about her experiences in both offices, sharing “the consequential actions, decisions, confrontations, and behind-the-scenes negotiations that shaped national and world events.


The publisher added that Haley will offer “deeply personal” insights and the “challenges” she faced as a woman during her time in government.

“I was blessed to serve during some momentous times as governor of South Carolina and U.S. ambassador to the United Nations,” Haley, said in a statement.

“There were tragedies and triumphs, but through it all my love for America has only grown. My hope with this book is to give people a unique window into recent history and inspire us toward a better future.”

Since leaving the Trump administration, Haley has created a group, Stand For America, focused on pushing for policies both domestically and abroad. 

The domestic issues the group will focus on are border security, public safety, term limits, socialism and American culture, according to the website.

Haley previously wrote a book, “Can’t Is Not An Option,” which was released in 2012.