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Megyn Kelly may have remained silent about the sexual assault allegations against her former boss Roger Ailes, but she’ll soon share her thoughts in a chapter in her upcoming book.

Vanity Fair first reported on the new addition to Kelly’s book—titled Settle For More—after contributing editor Sarah Ellison announced the news during the Vanity Fair Establishment summit Wednesday morning.

Ellison noted that it had been previously unknown whether the Fox News anchor would be addressing Ailes’ allegations publicly, before stating that the CEO as well as the co-chairman of 21st Century Fox, James and Lachlan Murdoch, have both been attempting to convince Kelly to renew her contract, which ends next year, before her book comes out.

The Kelly File host may have played a big part in the internal investigation into the sexual harassment claims against Ailes, after reportedly coming forward with her own story, as well as encouraging other women to do so. Ailes resigned from the network in July following the investigation.

Settle For More will be released on Nov. 15.