Bristol Palin Going Rogue, Writing Book
304 pages of what, exactly?
By Nick McMaster, Newser Staff
Posted Feb 7, 2011 6:10 PM CST
In this Nov. 24, 2010 file photo, former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Bristol Palin arrives for an appearance on ABC's "Good Morning America" in New York.   (AP Photo/Charles Sykes, file)

(Newser) – It might be something like War & Peace or The Call of the Wild, except with more dancing and belated abstinence, but a new literary Wasillan has gone rogue. Amazon has a pre-order page for a 304-page Bristol Palin memoir, set to be released in September by HarperCollins. Gawker's Jim Newell takes a stab at the plot: "Part One: I was born. Part Two: I got pregnant. Part Three: I went dancing on teevee. Part Four: ??" Click for more on the book ... like its price tag.

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editorbwis
Feb 8, 2011 11:35 AM CST
Bristol these young women are younger than you, have traveled more widely than you around the world, most of them have graduated high school and are in college, something you have not done, and are outstanding citizens and ambassadors to our country as they travel around the world and representing our beautiful country and they are not thinking about writing a book and they are way more learned and have a wider knowledge of the world than you have. You could learn something from them, check them out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JL61xaTIZ5k
Just_Dave
Feb 8, 2011 10:23 AM CST
Fark has a great thread on this story.
jrgilbert
Feb 8, 2011 5:54 AM CST
If you Palin supporters (a.k.a. jock straps) realized that main stream America believes that you (including Palin) are visitors from another world---you would crawl back under the rock hence you came. Anyone can teach an ape to do what she does. But I would guess that the world doesn't need any more apes.