Laura Bush is in talks with several different publishers to write a memoir.
The former librarian will be dishing about her life during the White House years.
Mort Janklow, former lit agent to President Reagan, says, "The wives of presidents generally write books that have a greater public interest. Wives usually write from a personal point of view - instead of talking about government policy, they talk about when the dog came to the White House and had to be paper-trained. Husbands usually try to rewrite history."
And when can we expect President George W. Bush's memoir?
According to Janklow, "30 or 40 years might be good."