However blowback from inside the business to a Trump memoir, particularly as he refuses to concede that he misplaced the election, is more likely to be extreme.

Celeste Ng, the writer of the best-selling novel “Little Fires All over the place,” mentioned she wouldn’t hesitate to talk out towards her writer, Penguin Random Home, if it struck a cope with Mr. Trump.

“Now we have each purpose to consider a Trump memoir could be primarily misinformation, ungrounded opinions and flat-out lies,” she mentioned in an e mail. “Don’t pay him to do it and don’t give him the legitimacy of a contract with a significant publishing home. In case you’re going to set your self up as a gatekeeper, you will have a duty for what goes by way of your gate.”

Some distinguished writers who’ve been outspoken critics of the president mentioned they might not object if a writer took on the mission. Stephen King, who has ceaselessly denounced Mr. Trump on Twitter, mentioned in an e mail that Mr. Trump needs to be given the chance to launch his guide, as a matter of precept.

“Something he wrote could be a pack of self-serving lies, however I consider within the freedom of individuals to learn what they need, and I hate censorship,” mentioned Mr. King, who’s one in all Simon & Schuster’s top-selling authors. “Let him publish, if he desires. I hope my writer gained’t be the one to do it, however in any case I can’t wait to see the critics take him aside.”

Literary brokers had been additionally divided on whether or not the business ought to embrace Mr. Trump. Esther Newberg, co-head of ICM Companions’ publishing division, mentioned that whereas she hoped not one of the main homes would purchase Mr. Trump’s guide, she couldn’t afford to cease doing enterprise with them in the event that they did. However, she mentioned, she represents authors she expects would take their work elsewhere.