Thursday, November 13, 2008

In Which I Pass Along Malicious Gossip, Guilt-Free

From the Page Six of the NY Post, via the HuffPo:

"Laura is interviewing publishers who are bidding on her memoirs," one biographer told Page Six. "The publishers are coming to the White House to meet with her and discuss the book."

Those same literary poobahs see George W. Bush as literary poison for now. "Dubya is going to have to wait about five years," a top publishing insider said. "He's so unpopular at this point that there's no market for any book by him. "

Yeah, I know he'll be able to do all the speaking gigs he wants at $100K a whack, but at least he's not going to be able to follow in Bill Clinton's steps and collect a multimillion-dollar advance on the 21st of this coming January. Plus, he won't be able to contribute to the revisionist history effort, already underway.

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