With three weeks still to go before the already-bestselling Sarah Palin memoir hits shelves, booksellers are gearing up for an Alaskan winter. If the straight-talkin' former governor's reminiscences aren't your style, however, don't fret; publishers have got you covered.
Perhaps try Going Rouge: An American Nightmare instead. Edited by Richard Kim and Betsy Reed, a group of contributors look at Palin's origins, her political ascent and "the nightmarish prospect of her continuing to dominate the nation's political scene," writes the book's publisher, OR Books. It goes on sale November 17 as both a paperback and ebook.
Looking for something lighter? How about Going Rouge - The Sarah Palin Rogue Coloring and Activity Book? Enjoy 48 pages of wholesome, all-American fun, including mazes ("Help Sarah find her way to the White House" and "Where in the world does domestic Alaskan oil go?"), puzzles and word games. What's not to get excited about? As the authors say, this is one Palin book "that’s not just a buncha words, it’s got pictures!"