Michelle Obama Drops Due Date For 'Deeply Personal' Memoir

Writing Becoming "has been a deeply personal experience," the former first lady tweeted. Publisher Penguin Random House says readers can expect "an unusually intimate" read this November.
Former first lady Michelle Obama, pictured in October 2016, announced on Sunday that her new memoir titled Becoming will be released on November 13. Source: Paul Morigi

Michelle Obama fans can officially start the countdown clock.

Over social media Sunday, the former first lady announced her first memoir, , will be published on November 13. That gives her most dedicated admirers exactly 261 days

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