The former Miss California who was stripped of her title last month has a book deal.
Carrie Prejean will publish a memoir called "Still Standing." Conservative book house Regnery Publishing said Monday that it will release the book.
According to the publisher's announcement, Prejean will tell her side of the story in the memoir, "answering such questions as what happened behind the scenes at the pageant, why she answered the Perez Hilton question as she did, what really led to her losing the Miss California crown, and how she has been forced to battle the left's double-standard on free speech and the bias against conservatives — particularly conservative women — who stand up for their beliefs."
Prejean believes her crown was taken because she said she opposed gay marriage. California pageant executive director Keith Lewis has said that Prejean was skipping Miss California USA events while speaking out against gay marriage at unsanctioned appearances.
Prejean was replaced by the Miss California pageant's first runner-up, Tami Farrell. Farrell has also said she believes marriage should be between a man and a woman.
The book should be available in time for the Christmas shopping season, according to U.S. News and World Report.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.