Sarah Palin ends 'Going Rogue' book tour. Now what?
She's back in Alaska.
Sarah Palin -- the former Republican governor of the state who quit in midterm, the vice presidential candidate who wowed some voters in 2008 and antagonized others -- is home.
"This book tour has been an amazing and inspirational experience for me and my family as we crisscrossed the country and met so many wonderful Americans," Palin wrote on her Facebook page. "At nearly every stop we met someone with a connection to Alaska -- usually through the military from being stationed at one of Alaska’s bases. With that in mind, we’ve decided to hold the final book signings at Alaska's Elmendorf and Eielson AFBs."
No question the book, 'Going Rogue,' was a huge bestseller, 1 million copies so far.
So what's next on Palin's agenda? There are a few paid speeches scheduled. After that, well, there's a political action committee to steer, a midterm election to fight for, a presidential contest looming and a lot of fans eager to hear her message.
For her part, Palin was not giving any hints Sunday. Her last book tour tweet: "22-degrees below zero here @ Eielson Air Force Base but so many warm hearts made r book signing event toasty, energizing, welcoming! Thx Frbnks.”
-- Johanna Neuman