Glenn Beck may be leaving Fox but you’ll still see a lot of him at the bookstore. Beck’s Mercury Radio Arts has signed a deal with Simon & Schuster both to publish a bunch of Beck’s own books, and to create Mercury Ink, a division devoted to Beck’s pet authors, the companies announced today. First up: a political book from Beck titled The Original Argument: The Federalists’ Case for the Constitution, Adapted for the 21st Century.
But it seems Beck has more than politics in mind. His second book under the deal will be a novel called The Snow Angel. And the first Mercury Ink book will be a young adult thriller from Richard Paul Evans titled Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25. The book’s Amazon description doesn’t reveal any obvious ideological bent to the story, which centers around two high school students with mysterious electrical powers. (Read more Glenn Beck stories.)