Gov. Nikki Haley's memoir won't be released until April 3, according to Sentinel/Penguin, the publishing company printing the book.
The book, entitled "Can't Is Not an Option," was scheduled to be released in January. The publishing company announced on Tuesday that it pushed back the date because it doesn't want to compete with the state's Jan. 21 primary, according to an Associated Press story.
In the memoir, Haley discusses the hardships her family faced as the first Indian family in the small town of Bamberg, S.C., and the hardships she faced during her entrance into politics.
Haley denied allegations of affairs with two men and was elected in 2010 with 51 percent of the vote, becoming the state's first female governor. In March, Haley told the Associated Press that, among other topics, she'll discuss the allegations of infidelity in her book.