JANESVILLE, Wis. -

Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan is set to write a political autobiography. Often such books precede presidential runs, a fact that may serve to start rumors about 2016.

According to a National Review article, "Ryan is worried that the GOP is losing connection with working Americans, and he has been writing about how the party needs to speak more to those in poverty about empowerment and economic freedom." 

The book is expected to highlight Ryan's childhood in Janesville as well as the 2012 presidential campaign. It will also contain some political analysis and policy ideas, according to the article.

Ryan is said to be working closely with his attorney Bob Barnett to release the book next year.