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Today Random House Australia announced that they had secured the global publishing rights to the memoir of Julia Gillard, the former Prime Minister of Australia, to be published in October 2014.

Julia Gillard said, ďI am very excited at having this opportunity to use my own words to describe my political and personal journey.† I want to distil for readers what I achieved; what drove me, where I erred; my personal resilience and how I coped. I want to share my perspective on the issues of our times and how I strove to make a difference for the better every day I had the privilege of serving as Prime Minister. I will also write about changing our nation and future challenges in the years ahead."

Gabrielle Coyne, Chief Executive Officer of Penguin Random House. spoke to Julia Gillard about her upcoming memoir.

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