Tuesday, October 20, 2009
If you longed to own a piece of Sarah Palin then this story is for you. Palin’s brand new autobiography Going Rogue has been discounted a whopping 69% even before the book arrives in stores.
Palin, the former vice presidential running mate of John McCain and half-term governor of Alaska, reportedly received a staggering $7 million dollar advance for her story.
Not scheduled to be released until November 17, retailers are already slashing the price for the book to prices usually reserved for what are called “remainder” books and surplus stock.
With the holidays just around the corner, wingnuts take notice. The rightwing website Newsmax is offering Going Rogue free with the $9 of a year’s subscription! Gift wrapping not included.