Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, and her husband, Mark Kelly have decided to publish a memoir about their careers and the horrific shooting incident that left Giffords fighting for her life, RadarOnline.com has confirmed.
"Since Jan. 8, it's been really touching to us to see how much support there is for Gabby and her recovery, and how much interest there is in how she's doing and her story," Kelly, a Navy captain, told The Associated Press during a recent interview from Texas.
The book doesn't have a title yet, and doesn't have a release date. Kelly recently was commander of Endeavor's final mission which ended on June 1.
Kelly and Giffords are collaborating with author Jeffrey Zaslow, who worked on Randy Pausch's million-selling The Last Lecture and Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger's Highest Duty. Scribner will publish the memoir.