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Taya Kyle, widow of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, appeared on "Fox and Friends" this morning to discuss her book, "American Wife: A Memoir of Love, War, Faith, and Renewal," which is now available in paperback.

Taya explained that she wanted to show a different side of her husband and tell the other half of the story that wasn't told in the "American Sniper" book and film.

"I heard from a lot of wives and a lot of women that wanted more of the story. They wanted, I think, to know that they're not alone, and they were craving it," Taya said. "So I wrote it for that, but I'm finding that a lot of men are actually loving it and getting a lot out of it too."

She told the "Fox and Friends" co-hosts that the past couple years have been a whirlwind, with the release of the "American Sniper" film, writing her book, the trial and conviction of her husband's murderer and her ongoing legal battle with Jesse Ventura.

"Sometimes it's exhausting and sometimes I just feel really grateful for the lessons that I'm learning and the people that I feel like we've been able to touch."

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