Sarah Palin’s memoir, Going Rogue, hit bookshelves and best-seller lists last fall. Then again, Lauren Conrad topped the N.Y. Times best-seller list too. Just sayin'.
In any event, you betcha, the former Alaska governor will be runnin' it back after HarperCollins announced today that it will publish a second book from Palin.
If nothing else, the new book will help solidify Palin as the most high-profile failed V.P. candidate and not-even-one-term governor in modern American history.
The currently untitled book is not a sequel to Going Rogue, per se, but in keeping with her memoir, it will be a “celebration of American virtues and strengths.”
It will include excerpts chosen from and about people who have inspired her. Levi Johnston, Seth MacFarlane and David Letterman will team up on the prologue.
AN AMERICAN LIFE: Sarah Palin sure is cashing in on hers!
No wonder Sarah's publicist quit - she gets PR 24/7 as it is.
Whether it's berating Family Guy, producing random documentaries, appearing on The Tonight Show, punditing away on Fox News or hypocritically trying to milk Bristol Palin and her teen mom status, Palin has become a media constant.
Her latest book should keep fueling that trend, regardless of whether it serves as a prelude to a presidential run in 2012 (publicly, she's still hedging on that topic).
What do y'all think? Is the new dose of oratory brilliance from Sarah Palin written with an agenda in mind? One besides making Sarah Palin rich and famous?