Melbourne, Nov 17 : Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is emerging as an unlikely saviour of the US publishing industry, for literary agents are considering signing her for book deals.
It is reckoned that Palin may make 10.8 million dollars by revealing about the recent election campaign.
While many journalists and politicians are also expected to write books on this year's presidential election, Palin's personal account of her tumultuous introduction to national politics is widely regarded as the tale most likely to repay a multi-million-dollar advance.
"She's poised to make a ton of money," the Australian quoted Howard Rubenstein, New York's best-known public relations adviser, as saying.
Jeff Klein of Folio Literary management said: "Every publisher and a lot of literary agents have been going after her."