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OSKALOOSA, IA - JULY 25: Republican presidential hopeful businessman Donald Trump speaks to the press following a rally on July 25, 2015 in Oskaloosa, Iowa. During his last visit to the state Trump sparked controversy when he said Senator John McCain (R-AZ), a former POW, was not a war hero. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
(Photo : Scott Olson/Getty Images) OSKALOOSA, IA - JULY 25: Republican presidential hopeful businessman Donald Trump speaks to the press following a rally on July 25, 2015 in Oskaloosa, Iowa. During his last visit to the state Trump sparked controversy when he said Senator John McCain (R-AZ), a former POW, was not a war hero. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Donald Trump's biography titled "Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success" by journalist Michael D'Antonio will hit shelves earlier than planned. Publisher St. Martin's Press has announced via Entertainment Weekly that the book will be released on October this year instead of January 2016.

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In an official press release picked up by the abovementioned site, St. Martin's Press explained that the unexpected change in schedule was due to the "high demand and heightened interest in Republican Presidential candidate Trump."

LA Times quotes Thomas Dunne Books, a St. Martin's Press imprint, which used the words "meticulous," "compelling" and "revealing" in describing  the book, adding that it "draws on multiple exclusive interviews with 'the Donald' himself."

Apart from dialogues with Trump, LA Times reports that the book also includes "multiple exclusive" exchanges with some of the Republican presidential candidate's children namely Ivanka, Donald Jr. and Eric.

The book also contains conversations with Trump's former wives Ivana Trump and Marla Maples. It is unclear though if that of the former is current enough to shed light on the controversy surrounding her statement regarding her divorce with Trump.

The editor adds that the memoir "recognizes Trump as an iconic figure of our media-dominated age, a man who parlayed unequaled fame into astounding wealth. Psychologically informed and rich in detail, it is an accurate, compelling, and balanced assessment of Trump's approach to life, business and politics."

As per WHTR, Trump himself has penned books such as "Time to Get Tough" and "Trump: The Art of the Deal." These books, according to the publication, were sold out on Amazon yesterday for the same reason the launch of "Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success" was moved up.

As previously reported by Books & Review, Trump topped NBC and Wall Street Journal's presidential poll, raking 19 percent of GOP voters. The business magnate is headed to his first debate against other presidential candidates tomorrow on Fox News.

In his interview with "Meet the Press" via NBC News, he revealed his plan to be himself during the debate. "I don't want to be unreal. I want to be me. I have to be me," adding that he is not looking to attack and will only "counterpunch" when put on the receiving end of a name attack.

"Never Enough: Donald Trump and the Pursuit of Success" will be released on Oct. 6. Other books penned by the memoir's author D'Antonio include "Hershey: Milton S. Hershey's Extraordinary Life of Wealth," "Empire" and "Utopian Dreams."

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