Nikki Haley may write another book, this time about her service as United Nations ambassador in the Trump administration.
The former South Carolina governor told the Weekly Standard magazine this week that she thought writing would be therapeutic.
Haley, who sold her family’s home in Lexington last month, said that she plans to stay in New York so her son can finish high school. She has not yet spoken publicly about her next plans after leaving the ambassador’s post in January. However, she hinted she will not be going away anytime soon.
The 46-year-old insists she is focused on finishing her job at the U.N. until December 31.
Haley previously wrote a book early in her time as governor. Can’t is Not an Option: My American Story focused on her life growing up in South Carolina and rise from a young Lexington County legislator to her first few months as governor.