Sarah Palin became a national sensation by branding herself as a Pit Bull and loving Hockey Moms. Now the interest in her new memoir which has everyone in the world dying to know more about who she is on a more personal level. The book has remained at or near the top of Amazon and other best seller lists for weeks now.
Next week Brand Palin will be put to the ultimate test, “Going Rogue” her memoir will be released on Tuesday. A total of 413 pages will dish on Palin’s life in the political spotlight. Palin even talks about her own daughter’s teen pregnancy and having the story told in front of a national audience.
“Sarah Palin memoir presents that she is an American Mom and has great love for her Country. The book should be viewed as a collectable and is a wonderful addition to American history,” stated CR Cataunya Ransom, Lead Publicist of Mosnar Communications, Inc.
Televised interviews for Palin include appearances with Oprah Winfrey and Barbara Walters. All scheduled for next week.
According to Associated Press “The tour, which will skip major cities in favor of smaller localities, starts Nov. 18 at a Barnes & Noble in Grand Rapids, Mich., where Palin and McCain made a campaign appearance last fall. Other parts of the tour will mirror the 2008 race. On Dec. 7, Palin is booked for the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., not far from last year’s Republican National Convention, where Palin’s speech — in which she likened herself to a pit bull — made her a national sensation.
The tour will last about three weeks, with a break for Thanksgiving, and will end around Dec. 10, according to HarperCollins. Palin will travel by bus for much of the time, likely accompanied by family and by aide Meg Stapleton.”
You can purchase Sarah Palin’s memoir today, Going Rogue: An American Life