Megyn Kelly’s Much-Hyped Book Gets Title, Cover Reveal

The memoir publishes the week after the election.
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Megyn Kelly revealed the cover and title for her hotly anticipated memoir at the end of her Tuesday night primetime special, Megyn Kelly Presents, promising readers it will include details of her year with Donald Trump.

She then took to Twitter after her much-hyped interview with the GOP presumptive nominee aired — the special also featured sit-downs with Michael Douglas, Laverne Cox and former O.J. Simpson defense lawyer Robert Shapiro — where the Kelly File host announced that Settle For More will publish on Nov. 15. 

In a statement from publisher HarperCollins, Kelly commented on the title choice:

Settle for More has been my life motto, ever since I was an unhappy lawyer looking to change my life years ago. I caught Dr. Phil on TV one day, who said the only difference between you and someone you envy is that you settled for less. I thought to myself: settle for more. My book delves into how I put that into action, breaking into news and finding true love — with some tears and a lot of laughs along the way, and of course, my year in the crosshairs of Donald Trump.”

After her dramatic summertime showdown with Trump at the Republican debate, Kelly’s book was the subject of a heated bidding war and she walked away with an advance above $5 million (but below other reports of $10 million).