Former First Lady Michelle Obama is releasing a memoir, ‘Becoming Michelle,’ in November.

When it’s all said and done, many will remember Michelle Obama as the First Lady we didn’t deserve.

While U.S. President Barack Obama was often the man in the spotlight, Michelle was just as active and often, shone even brighter than her husband in the public eye. In spite of the fact that a smear campaign was all but mounted against her in her earliest years as First Lady (behind that pesky “I have never been prouder of my country” moment), Mrs. Obama carried herself with class, grace, and a certain sense of duty that the White House has been sorely lacking since. Oh, and her music taste is impeccable, too, if the Spotify Playlist she made for her husband is any indication.

I still personally believe that The Obamas’ first sit-down interview with Oprah since leaving 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue will be must-see TV, but that hasn’t yet come to pass. What IS coming, however, is a book from the self-anointed “hugger-in-chief” later this year.

Mrs. Obama took to Instagram on Sunday afternoon to reveal the news that she has both completed and plans to release a memoir, entitled ‘Becoming Michelle,’ in November. Some may hope that the book will be the tell-all of sorts that we’ve been waiting for. But it will actually be observations over the course of her entire life, “from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her time spent at the world’s most famous address,” according to the book’s official website.

That said, Mrs. Obama’s insistence that writing “has allowed [her] the space to honestly reflect on the unexpected trajectory of my life” suggests that she’ll have many memorable stories to share. Becoming Michelle will release on November 13th through Penguin/Random House. More information on the book can be found at its official website.