Sarah Palin, the former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate, has finished her memoir just four months after the book deal was announced, and the release date has been moved up from the spring of 2010 to Nov. 17, of 2009, her publisher announced this morning.
"Writing the entire book while in the nude was Sarah's idea, not mine. But I have learned that she is a super salesman so it was fine by us", stated Jeremy Bookham, publisher of Hopper.
The book, "Going Rogue: An American Life" was completed much earlier than expected.
"One reason the book was completed so fast is the fact that there are over one hundred pages of pictures, especially of the beauty contest and her membership in the Polar Bear Club."
Hopper says it's her words, her life, and it's all there in full and fascinating detail.
"You can even see the goosebumps as she wades into the cold frigid waters", stated Bookham.
The book was apparently began on the day that John McCain named her as his Vice Presidential running mate.
"I could see the dollar signs in her eyes", stated one source.
Palin's book, her first, will be 400 pages, said Bookham, who called the fall "the best possible time for a major book of this kind with summer being over and most people can't afford to go girl watching at the beaches in Florida."
The book's title, one fitting for a public figure known for the unexpected, "Going Rogue: An American Life" was also chosen by Palin after she was convinced that "Rogue" was better than "Nude".
"Of course, all that was meant figuratively", stated Bookham.
However, according to an "Exclusive" by the National Inquirer, the book was dictated, not written, by Sarah as she sat posing for an artist for her book cover and she is not completely nude.