Elizabeth Smart to Publish Memoir

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Elizabeth Smart, right, and her father Ed Smart talk to the media out front of the Frank E. Moss Federal Courthouse, Wednesday, May 25, 2011, in Salt Lake City.

Kidnapping-victim-turned-advocate Elizabeth Smart isn't shying away from her infamous tale. Smart, who was stolen away at age 14 from her bedroom and found nine months later, has been working on a memoir about her experience. Her kidnapper was sentenced to two life terms in March 2011. The book will be written by congressman-elect Chris Stewart of Utah, who says "she has taken a professional outlook on this and is able to talk in an impressive way about these things frankly." Smart founded the Elizabeth Smart Foundation and speaks regularly about kidnapping prevention.