After a two-term presidency during which he blasted kiss-and-tell books by aides, Ronald Reagan will get a chance to do his own talking with a book deal that is expected to bring millions. Reagan has signed a contract with Simon & Schuster to write his memoirs, the publishing house said Wednesday. "I've got my pen in hand and I'm ready to get started," Reagan said in a statement released by the publisher. The financial arrangements would not be disclosed, Reagan spokesman Mark Weinberg said. Before the announcement, literary agent Irving "Swifty" Lazar, a longtime Reagan friend, said every major publisher was bidding for the Reagan book. He added, "It will probably will bring $5 million to $7 million."