Tina Fey needn't abandon her alter ego just yet.
Former vice presidential candidate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has agreed to pen her autobiography for publisher HarperCollins.
The book will detail the 45-year-old's ascent from a University of Idaho journalism grad to one of the country's most recognizable politicians. She said she will also discuss her family, including daughter Bristol's relationship with the child's father, Levi Johnston.
"There's been so much written about and spoken about in the mainstream media and in the anonymous blogosphere world, that this will be a wonderful, refreshing chance for me to get to tell my story, that a lot of people have asked about, unfiltered," Palin told the AP. "In fairness to my family, this is going be a good opportunity for them, too, because there have been so many misperceptions out there about who we are and what we believe in, and I'm excited to get to put my journalism degree to work and tell my story as it relates to my family."
- 'We're Picked On': Sarah Palin Slams Jan. 6 Prison Sentences After Proud Boys Leader Receives 22 Years — 'What’s the Use in Being a Good Guy?’
- Sarah Palin Bizarrely Claims Civil War is Imminent After Donald Trump's Fourth Arrest: 'We Need to Rise Up'
- Sarah Palin Rails on Murdoch Over Her 2015 Firing: Ex-VP Candidate Says Fox ‘Didn’t Have the Guts’ to Axe Her Directly, Instead Told Her Husband
The book hits shelves in Spring 2010. (Photo: WENN)