Vice President Dick Cheney's new memoir hasn't even been in stores for a full day, but new reports indicate GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann will be publishing a yet-untitled memoir in November.

Sentinel, the conservative imprint of Penguin Group USA that will be publishing the book, made the announcement Monday, but declined comment on whether Bachmann had assistance on the book, which has already been written.

Reports that former Wall Street Journal Columnist John Fund was involved with the book were denied by Fund.

Bachmann to Share Additional Life Experiences

According to Sentinel, Bachmann will share previously untold stories about her private life, including her roles as a tax attorney, a wife, a mother of five and a foster mother of 23.

People are the most important ingredient in life, Bachmann said in a statement issued Monday through Sentinel. I love people, and I care deeply that our nation's economy turns around so they can realize their American dream. This book will help to share my enthusiasm for an energized, pro-growth economy, and the life experiences that inform my optimism for the American people and for American greatness.

As a member of the House of Representatives, Bachmann is not allowed to receive an advance against royalties.

In June, Bachmann formally entered the race to seek the GOP nomination to challenge President Barack Obama in 2012.