NEW YORK — Sen. Elizabeth Warren has a novel coming out about six important experiences and viewpoints. The name ought to be familiar to people who have adopted the Massachusetts Democrat’s profession: “Persist.”
Henry Holt and Company declared Wednesday that”Persist,” that the writer calls”a deeply personal book along with a strong call to action,” will be published April 20. “Persist” will reference Warren’s recent bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, won by Joe Biden, but isn’t an effort memoir.
“I have written a dozen novels, but this one is particularly private: I attract the bits of that I’m into the struggle for real change, and that I believe that we’re in a minute when extraordinary modifications are possible.”
Financial terms for the deal weren’t disclosed.
Warren became associated with the term”Persist” following a 2017 confrontation with McConnell, the Kentucky Republican and Senate majority leader. Warren has been also giving a speech on the Senate floor, denouncing then-attorney overall nominee Jeff Sessions, when Republicans invoked an obscure rule to quiet.
“Sen. Warren has been providing a lengthy speech,” McConnell said. “She’d seemed to violate the principle. She had been cautioned. She was granted an excuse. But she awakened.”
Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea Clinton, has collaborated with illustrator Alexandra Boiger on a few picture books Using McConnell’s saying, such as”She’s Persisted: 13 American Girls Who Changed the World” and”She’s Persisted at Sports: American Olympians Who Changed the Sport “