Dang, I’m GOOD.


Remember how I predicted the Paliness was headed for the remainder bin even before her book is due out?

Well, it’s already underway:

Former governor Sarah Palin completed her memoir in four months. She knew what she wanted to say, apparently, and had Lynn Vincent, a senior writer for the Christian publication World Magazine, bang it out. The book is due November 17 and is originally listed at $28.99 at Amazon, except that it’s already available at a cut-rate discount: Going Rogue is priced-to-sell at a mere $9- that’s for a hardcover due out in three weeks. Which raises the question: How many bestseller lists can the book top before it’s printed?

Actually, it raises another, far more pertinent (and probably rhetorical) question: Will it earn out its advance?

BTW, there’s a screen-grab from Amazon at the site. Go see it before Going, Going, Gone is down to a quarter (or less) of its MSR price, instead of the third where it currently sits.

And when you’re ready for some real laughs, click here.

And don’t say I didn’t tell you so!

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One Response to Dang, I’m GOOD.

  1. Polaris says:

    Sarah Palin might be able to get a few rich conservatards to buy a total of 100,000 or more copies of her book, to make the book look like a well written best seller, in order to generate still more purchases made by individual readers.
    How many of these buyers will actually be willing to read the book? Most of the Sarah Palin fans I’ve encountered can barely read or write at all. LOL 🙂

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