American journalist Euna Lee is set to write her own account of the 140 days she was detained by North Korean officials. Lee, who is a producer for Al Gore's Current TV, was arrested with fellow journalist Laura Ling on March 17 at the border between China and North Korea. They were sentenced to 12 years of hard labor for hostilities toward North Korea, but were pardoned following a visit from former president Bill Clinton. Neither Lee nor Ling has spoken extensively about her time as a captive yet. Lee's book will be titled The World Is Bigger Now: A Memoir of Faith, Family and Freedom. Ling is also pitching a book, with sister and journalist Lisa Ling.