New York, December 29 (ANI): Laura Bush may not be too keen to spill all the beans in her memoir, according to sources.
The First Lady of the United States had previously confirmed that she was planning to pen a memoir and had met publishers in that regard.
The wife of the forty-third and current US President, George W. Bush, had reportedly pitched her upcoming special about the White House to eight of them.
"The interest is tepid. She's not willing to reveal as much as they expect her to," the New York Daily News quoted an insider as saying.
Bush is being represented by attorney Bob Barnett, whose many clients include Hillary Clinton, for whom he allegedly bagged an 8 million dollar deal.
Speaking about former librarian's book, Barnett said: "The interest has been great. We've had excellent meetings. We will resolve [the book deal] after the first of the year." (ANI)