Former Bachelor contestant Abigail Heringer will tell the story of her life and career in a new memoir, People magazine reports.

Sourcebooks will publish Heringer’s The Deaf Girl: A Memoir of Hearing Loss, Hope, and Fighting Against the Odds this summer. In a description of the book on Amazon, the press describes the book as “an inspiring story of hearing loss and hope.”

Heringer was a contestant on the 25th season of The Bachelor, which aired in 2021 and starred real estate broker Matt James; she was eliminated in the seventh week. She later appeared in the spinoff Bachelor in Paradise, where she met her fiancé, Noah Erb.

“Hopeful, vulnerable, and uplifting, The Deaf Girl shares Abigail's journey of navigating life with a profound hearing loss and her transformation from merely accepting her disability to embracing it wholeheartedly,” Sourcebook says. “This memoir serves as an inspiring reminder for anyone who has ever felt like an outsider or struggled to embrace their differences, showcasing that every voice is worthy of being heard.”

Heringer announced the memoir on Instagram, writing that her mother helped her tell the story.

“Over the course of the past three years, my mom and I have combined our experiences into this book—mine of growing up with a disability and navigating life’s challenges, and hers of raising two daughters with a shared disability and facing uncharted waters,” Heringer wrote. “Our goal is that The Deaf Girl can provide answers, comfort, and hope to those who need it.”

The Deaf Girl is slated for publication on Sept. 10.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.