Washington (CNN) – Hillary Clinton's book tour is starting to take shape.
The former secretary of state has added two speaking engagements to her schedule centered around "Hard Choices," her upcoming memoir due out June 10.
Clinton will appear in Austin on June 20 and five days later, on June 25, the former first lady will speak in San Francisco.
Both events, which are being organized by Innovation Arts & Entertainment, are being billed as "a conversation" with Clinton.
It is widely expected that Clinton will speak at a number of other events between her book's release and the Austin event, but a representative for Clinton had no other events to add to her schedule as of Tuesday.
The Austin event will take place at the Long Center and tickets run from $125 to $500. In San Francisco, tickets to the SHN Orpheum Theatre appearance run between $95 and $520.
Everyone who attends the events will receive a copy of "Hard Choices."
On the day that Clinton's book comes out, the former senator is set to speak at the United Fresh Produce Association and Food Marketing Institute annual meeting in Chicago, her childhood hometown.
In addition to the events, Clinton's interviews about the book have also been announced.
Clinton will first sit down with ABC's Diane Sawyer for a one-hour primetime special that will air on Monday, June 9.
On June 10, the day the book comes out, Clinton will sit down with Robin Roberts for her first live interview of the book tour.
The release of "Hard Choices" is an important moment for Clinton, the current favorite to win the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination should she run. Critics have charged that her time as America's top diplomat was marked by a lack of a crowning achievement, while Clinton confidants have looked to frame those years as a success and see the book as the most potent way to do that.
Update – Wednesday, May 21 at 12:45 p.m. – Hillary Clinton will also make at least two stops in Canada as part of her "Hard Choices" book tour.
Like the other two events in California and Texas, each event will require attendees to pay for tickets and is being billed as a "conversation" about Clinton's book.
This will be Clinton's fourth and fifth events in Canada this year. In the past three months, Clinton has appeared in Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal.