On Tuesday, Jill Biden announced that she will be publishing a memoir titled “Where the Light Enters” about how she and former Vice President Joe Biden “built and rebuilt” their family.

“Life has held many surprises, and I hope what I’ve learned along the way will resonate with readers,” Biden told People magazine. The book, Biden added, would recount her personal journey as a mother, wife and working woman.

Jill Biden speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on July 27, 2016. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Washington Post)
Jill Biden speaks at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on July 27, 2016. (Michael Robinson Chavez/The Washington Post)

In 2017, the Bidens announced that they had signed with the powerhouse Creative Artists Agency to “amplify” their agenda after leaving Washington. Later that year, former vice president Biden released “Promise Me, Dad,” a memoir about the death of his older son, Beau, during his final years in the White House.

For her “deeply personal” book, Jill Biden, an educator for more than three decades, will offer a “vulnerable look” at her 40-year marriage to a career politician while juggling her own academic goals and family life. The Bidens met when Jill was still in college and married in 1977 after several proposals from Joe. The young senator had lost his first wife and daughter to a car accident that his sons Beau and Hunter survived. In 1981, the Bidens welcomed daughter Ashley.

“She gave me back my life,” wrote Biden of his wife in his book “Promises to Keep: On Life and Politics.” “She made me start to think my family might be whole again.”

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