Former first lady and secretary of state Hillary Clinton kicked off her book tour Tuesday in Manhattan.
She was applauded as she entered the Barnes and Nobel in Union Square.
Fans started lining up Monday to get a chance to meet Clinton whose book focuses on her years after the white house.
"It's about the hard choices everyone has to make in life. And in particular the hard choices that I made or was part of making during the four years of secretary of state. It's written for anybody who wants to think about and learn about what is happening in the world today. Why America matters and why the world matters to America," Clinton said.
The book, titled "Hard Choices," went on sale Tuesday.
While the book tour is expected to raise her profile for a possible run for the White House, Clinton has not yet declared her intentions.