While the GOP V.P. nominee’s public profile continues to change with every new revelation, you would think there would be some stability in her published book bio. Nope, not the case.
When it was released in April of 2008, the book by Kaylene Johnson was called, “Sarah: How a Small Town Girl Turned Alaska’s Political Establishement on Its Ear.”
Barnes & Noble.com is still advertising the hardcover, which was ranked at 15 last night, for sale under the old title. The paperback edition was at number 52 and it carries the new title, “Sarah: How a Hockey Mom Turned Alaska’s Political Establishment Upside Down.” Neither edition will be available until September 8 and 9.
Now over at Amazon they’ve been using the new title for while. The hardcover ranked 21 when I checked last night. There are 10 used and new copies available from $11.95 to $99.50.
Epicenter Press, a small company up in Washington state, is having thousands of newly printed copies of the Sarah book shipped out to meet the demand. Apparently, somewhere along the line a title change occurred.
By the way, Sarah Palin gives her big speech before the Republican National Convention and a nationwide television audience tonight.