If you're starting to feel like you just can't wait any longer to read 400 pages of Sarah Palin autobiography, good news: The former governor of Alaska has reportedly finished her memoir, and its release has been pushed up several months.
The Associated Press reports that Palin's book, which she wrote with a co-author, will be called "Going Rogue: An American Life." It was supposed to be released next spring, but will instead come out on Nov. 17.
Palin's poll numbers have been falling lately, but her publisher apparently doesn't think that'll affect sales at all. The book's first printing will clock in at 1.5 million copies, according to the AP.
Update: If you're wondering about the reason for the title, it apparently dates back to a time late in the 2008 campaign when aides to John McCain started telling reporters that Palin had begun to "go rogue."