By George W. Bush
If authoring a war against innocent civilians abroad and civil liberties at home wasn’t enough, George W. Bush is toying with the idea of writing a book upon leaving the Oval Office in January. While famously inept with words, Bush’s overarching concern with his legacy will likely keep him in the public eye even after he leaves office.
Asked if he planned to pen his own book after leaving office in January, Bush said it was a possibility.
“I’m going to think about that, yes — writing a book,” Bush said in an interview with Britain’s Observer newspaper published on Sunday.