Wednesday, March 3, 2010
Palin writing a second book
The new book will “reflect on the key values—both national and spiritual—that have been such a profound part of her life and which continue to inform her vision of the future,” according to HarperCollins.
The book does not yet have a title, but will be much broader in scope than her bestselling memoir “Going Rogue,” which focused on the former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate’s political experiences, and particularly the 2008 presidential campaign. That book sold more than 2.2 million copies.
“The book will include selections from classic and contemporary readings that have inspired her, as well as portraits of some of the extraordinary men and women she admires and who embody her love of country, faith, and family,” according to a release. “She will also draw from her personal experience to amplify these timely (and timeless) themes.”
Palin’s attorney, Bob Barnett, negotiated the new one-book deal for Palin. No details of the deal’s terms have been disclosed. (SOURCE)