It seems George W. Bush has been keeping busy since he left office: The former president has delivered a first draft of the manuscript for his forthcoming book Decision Points, set to publish this November, and is editing it in Dallas. The book isn’t a memoir, says publisher Crown—instead, it details key decisions in Bush’s presidency and personal life, as he "writes honestly and directly about his flaws and mistakes, as well as his historic achievements.” Crown also assures that the book promises "gripping, never-before-heard details" about the 9/11 attacks, the 2000 presidential election, and the former president’s decision to quit drinking. According to the publisher, Bush has spent "almost every day" since he left office working on the book. The cover reportedly features the 43rd president standing alone in the White House Rose Garden colonnade, holding a presidential briefing.
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