Reade, who went public in March with the accusation after previously joining several women who in 2019 lodged claims of unwanted touching by the former senator, vice president and current Democratic presidential candidate, is authoring the book “Left Out: When The Truth Doesn’t Fit In.” It is slated for release on Oct. 27, just one week before the presidential election.
The synopsis reads, “Tara Reade shares the aftermath of the re-victimization of speaking out about her sexual assault, with then-Sen. Joe Biden in 1993, where the shaming, attacks and threats instigated by the media set (sic) her into a personal tailspin. Tara-rized viciously by cyberbullies, receiving death threats, and fearing for her life and those of her family, Tara tells how living with no regret and coming forward was right for her conscious (sic). The moment that defines Tara will not confine, but instead move her forward by reclaiming her identity and pulling back together the pieces of life left.”
Both Biden and his campaign have repeatedly denied her claims.
Jacquie Jordan, founder of TVGuestpert Publishing, told Fox News, “As a woman-owned business, we believe Tara Reade’s story was worth being written, memorialized and shared.”