Bristol Palin plans Mall of America book signing
Bristol Palin dishes about Dancing with the Stars and the bad-boy father of her baby.
Bristol Palin, once Alaska's most famous unwed teenage mother, will be bringing her real life soap opera to the Mall of America and signing copies of her new book, "Not Afraid of Life."
The memoir is notable for her account about how she imbibed too many wine coolers and lost her virginity in a tent to former hubby Levi Johnston. Now she likens herself to Hillary Clinton and Princess Dianna, all of them treated rotten by their "bad boy" husbands, as she raises baby Trig alone.
Oh, and she hates Meghan McCain, who has had more than a few choice words of her own about the Palin clan and its impact on her father's 2008 presidential race.
Not that Bristol's bitter. Her PR material says she's a popular, inspiration speaker -- about sexual abstinence. And her mom's totally on board.
If this is the kind of inspiration you want, or if you just want some plain old smack talk about politics or Dancing With the Stars, be at the Mall of America rotunda next Wednesday, June 29 at 6 p.m. (Her mom probably warned her about the tomato tossers.)
Meantime, you might also want to place your order for "Deer in the Headlights: My Life in Sarah Palin's Crosshairs," Johnston's account of life up close and personal with Caribou Barbie's clan.
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