The latest on California politics and governmentOctober 21, 2010Schwarzenegger foresees writing autobiography once he leaves office
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger told Twitter followers this afternoon that book publishers have for decades "been after me to write an autobiography" and that he likely will write one after he leaves office.
The Republican governor said in a Tweetcast that he has "never had the patience" to look back on his life but that, "I've got to get the discipline together to do that."
He said, "I'm sure I'll write a book or two."
The film star, responding to questions via Twitter, said whether he acts again in movies would hinge on how interested he is in any particular script, among other things.
He also said he has sometimes played chess until 2 a.m. with friends.