Clinton is set to embark on a lucrative speech circuit this year, as well as releasing a new book
The defeated Presidential candidate has signed up with the Harry Walker Agency, the bureau through which she gave speeches ahead of her failed bid in last year’s election.
She regularly commanded fees of at least £157,000 ($200,000) for her talks and could be set to receive even more given her increased profile in the wake of the election.
Clinton was regularly criticised for the huge payments she received for speeches ahead of her candidacy, including earning more than £530,000 ($675,000) at Goldman Sachs, which raised questions about her links with Wall Street.
The Democrat reportedly received around £2.3million ($3million) for speeches after she stepped down as US Secretary of State in 2013, and could be set to earn even more this year.
The former rivals shook hands as Trump was sworn in as President
Clinton is also working on a book looking back at her experiences from the 18-month Presidential campaign.
The reflective work will include personal essays “inspired by the hundreds of quotations she has been collecting for decades”, according to publisher Simon & Schuster.
Clinton said: “These quotes have helped me celebrate the good times, laugh at the absurd times, persevere during the hard times and deepen my appreciation of all life has to offer.
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(L-R) Pamela Fiori, Hillary Clinton, Katy Perry, and Caryl Stern speak on stage during the 12th annual UNICEF Snowflake Ball at Cipriani Wall Street on November 29, 2016 in New York City.
“I hope by sharing these words and my thoughts about them, the essays will be meaningful for readers.”
The as yet untitled book will be released in autumn 2017.
Hillary Clinton stands with husband Bill at Trump's inauguration
News of Clinton’s speeches and book deal means she is likely to earn significantly more than Donald Trump, who claimed he would turn down the £316,630 ($400,000) presidential salary and step back from his business empire.
Clinton has rarely stepped out publicly since her shock defeat in the November election, although she did attend Donald Trump’s inauguration where she shook hands with her former rival as he was sworn in as President.