Casey Anthony wants to write an advice book, according to reports. The just-acquitted Floridian expressed her literary desires in jailhouse letters.
In jailhouse letters penned while she was in Orlando County Jail in 2008 and 2009, the accused murderer dreamed of setting the record straight.
She wrote of her plans to write a book, "It's a way to settle many rumors and to share my insight about love, life and most important - God."
Would you read a book by Casey Anthony?
Casey Anthony's book, notes ABC News, would apparently be a "partial memoir / comedy / relationship advice book for those not in the know."
We have no idea what that means, but we're already bracing ourselves for the deluge of pissed-off responses in the comments section below.
Anthony's letters to fellow inmate Robyn Adams also reveal her desire to have more children. She wrote, "Let's get pregnant together?"
"If it's possible to plan it ... I've thought about adopting, which sounds weird to me saying it, but so many children deserve to be loved."A jury found Anthony not guilty of murder of her daughter Caylee on Tuesday. She will be sentenced on charges of lying to police today.
The surprise verdict set off a firestorm of criticism, most notably from HLN's Nancy Grace, who has been covering the case since mid-2008.
Even the jurors were sick over their decision, one said in an interview, but felt Anthony was not proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt.
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