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Going Rouge

On Taking Risks

Laura Berman Fortgang | Posted 10.06.2012 | Healthy Living
Laura Berman Fortgang

Have you ever followed your GPS when it's gone rogue? It's recalculating and recalculating and you have no choice but to do what it says because you have absolutely no idea where you are. That's what taking risks are about too.

We Just Gave Karl Rove's Book a New Soundtrack

Conan Neutron | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Conan Neutron

On March 9, 2010, Karl Rove, "Bush's Brain" released a self-aggrandizing contrivance of his political past, Courage and Consequence, in all of its har...

Abraham Lincoln As Vampire Hunter And Other Publishing News

USA Today | Bob Minzesheimer, Mary Cadden, Craig Wilson and Carol Memmott | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Our greatest vampire hunter? Thousands of books have been written about Abraham Lincoln, but none, until now, has dealt with his skills as a vampire h...

Sam Stein

McCain Campaign Emails Contradict Palin's "Going Rogue" | Sam Stein | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

Sarah Palin's much-discussed book, "Going Rogue," hasn't even been officially released yet and already its accuracy is in question. The Huffington ...

The First Ten Lies from Going Rogue

Geoffrey Dunn | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Geoffrey Dunn

Excerpts from Sarah Palin's Going Rogue have been released by several news agencies that have received advanced copies. Here are the first ten lies from the memoir.

Why the Palin "Hate Affair" Will Backfire

Amy Siskind | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Amy Siskind

One thing is certain about our Palin Hate Affair: the biggest winner will be Sarah Palin.

Sarah Palin "Going Rogue": Takes Aim At McCain Campaign, Steve Schmidt

Huffington Post | Sam Stein and Lila Shapiro | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

Last month at a conference in Washington D.C., former McCain campaign manager Steve Schmidt was asked how he expected to be portrayed in Sarah Palin's...

Making Palin Pay

Colin Robinson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Colin Robinson

We had no idea, after transposing the "u" and the 'g" in the title of "Going Rogue" for our own Sarah Palin anthology "Going Rouge", that the mix ups between the two books would spread so far and with such persistence.

Palin Lashes Out At The Media, Bloggers, And SNL Writers

Huffington Post | Sam Stein and Lila Shapiro | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

During the months that she served as the Republican Party's vice presidential candidate, Sarah Palin had what could best be described as an acrimoniou...

eBook-Only Publishers Cropping Up Everywhere

Huffington Post | Jessie Kunhardt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

A recent article from Publishers Weekly announced the launch of Carina Press, a new imprint of romance publisher Harlequin that will exclusively publi...

Going Rouge and the Art of Jujitsu Publishing

Colin Robinson | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Colin Robinson

Whenever Going Rogue was discussed, Going Rouge would be brought into the frame too. We had to become the skunk at Palin's garden party.

"Going Rouge" Excerpt: Sarah Palin's Top 25 Tweets

Huffington Post | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

This list, compiled by Sebastian Jones, is an exclusive excerpt from "Going Rouge: An American Nightmare" available only by direct order from OR Books...

Happy Thanksgiving! This Year It Is No Longer Humiliating To Be Explaining Your Unemployment Around the Thanksgiving Table!

Stephen Viscusi | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Stephen Viscusi

Losing your job is dreadful, no matter what the reason. In this journalist's mind, it is still better than health issues, divorce, or death -- but th...

The Ugly Irony of Sarah Palin's Book Title

Jeanne Devon (AKMuckraker) | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Jeanne Devon (AKMuckraker)

Perhaps the title is meant to encapsulate Sarah Palin's fierce, independent spirit. But there are many here in Alaska who heard Going Rogue, and were horrified by the ugly irony of her book title.

What Is to Be Done?

John Oakes | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
John Oakes

Imagine taking the guesswork out of publishing. Imagine a publisher printing only to fulfill orders, and with a minimum of waste; imagine further a system that sidesteps warehouses and wholesalers.