Casey Anthony has kept a journal ever since he daughter, Caylee, disappeared. Now the rumor is that she will try to incorporate her entries into a bestseller.
Casey, who says she obviously didn't kill Caylee, has "been keeping a journal and she's spending the majority of her days writing," a source tells Radar Online.
"She has also been spending a lot of time going through her past journal entries and including excerpts she wants included in a book she wants to write."
“Make no mistake, Casey will absolutely be releasing a book, it's just a matter of time," the source adds of the infamous 26-year-old "Tot Mom."
"[Casey Anthony] feels that this is the only way that she can get her story out and she feels that the public wants to hear from her."
However, “the big publishing houses fear the backlash from the public and aren't lining up to sign Casey [though] she isn't concerned about it."
"Look, Casey has got bills to pay, she has to pay her lawyers. She has been unable to work for the past year, and she is counting on the book deal."
Meanwhile, Anthony's one-time attorney, Jose Baez, is releasing his new book, Presumed Guilty, next month through Ben Bella, a smaller-time publisher.
They're also publishing Rielle Hunter's book this month, in which she gushes about having sex with John Edwards, how his late wife was nuts, etc.
Ben Bella certainly represents some class folks.