Ronald Reagan's handwritten diaries of his eight years in the White House will be published as a book to be released next year
Ronald Reagan's handwritten diaries of his eight years in the White House will be published as a book, scheduled to be released next year. The book, which will be released by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Foundation and HarperCollins Publishers, will contain Reagan's everyday presidency and his thoughts on events both routine and historic.
Volumes for the book has not yet been detailed, yet it will surely offer an unprecedented insight into the Reagan Presidency, said Frederick Ryan Jr., chairman of the foundation's board of trustees. Chosen as the editor on the project is Tim Duggan, executive editor at HarperCollins.