Carrie Prejean has been through so much.
Following a series of nearly naked photos, the beauty queen was forced to expose her skin yet again at the 2009 Miss USA Pageant.
From there, she was asked a question by a judge, finished all the way in second place at the competition and then received far more national attention than if she had won.
It was a tough few weeks for Prejean, as the only motivation she even had for waking up each morning was the need to defend "opposite marriage" from the Satanic critics that dared to press her for more information on her views. The experience was barely worth the appearances fees and fame she accumulated.
Then, Donald Trump fired Carrie as Miss California and she was left to pick up the pieces with a book deal worth at least the six figures.
Indeed, Carrie Prejean will pen a tell-all memoir titled Still Standing, a perfect title for a woman that has suffered so much.
In the press release issued by Regnery Publishing, the company announced the book as follows:
[Prejean] will tell her side of the story, answering such questions as what happened behind the scenes at the pageant, why she answered the Perez Hilton question as she did, what really led to her losing the Miss California crown, and how she has been forced to battle the left's double-standard on free speech and the bias against conservatives who stand up for their beliefs.
God bless Carrie Prejean; and God bless copy editors. She's gonna need a bunch.