More details on Palin’s book signing

Barnes and Noble released a little bit more detail about Sarah Palin’s book signing at the Mall of America. Barnes and Noble said the former governor of Alaska will sign books at the Bloomington, MN store at noon on December 7th. Books will be signed on a first come, first serve basis. Here’s what B and N said on its website:

Author Signing

Sarah Palin is signing Going Rogue at this event. No other books or memorabilia. A limited number of wristbands for entry into this book signing will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis at the store beginning at 7:00 am on December 7.

Monday December 07, 2009 12:00 PM

Mall of America

118 E. Broadway Suite 238, Bloomington, MN 55425, 952-854-1455

Special Instructions

An original Barnes & Noble or bn.com sales receipt for Going Rogue by Sarah Palin must be presented in order to receive a wristband. Must be present in person to receive wristband. Maximum two copies of Going Rogue per person will be signed at event. Please call store for additional event details.

Update: A new Washington Post/ABC News poll says a majority of Americans “would definitely not vote” for Palin for president.

  • Burt Carter

    Somebody please help me here. What is the relevance of the update as it pertains to the book signing?

  • Tom Scheck

    We didn’t know the time of the event or how they would handle those who wanted signatures.

  • Burt Carter

    Sorry. I should have been clearer. This update:

    Update: A new Washington Post/ABC News poll says a majority of Americans “would definitely not vote” for Palin for president.

  • tom scheck

    The timeliness of the poll. It came out the same time as I was writing the entry..

  • Burt Carter

    My question is what is the relevance of that comment as it pertains to the book signing? Did I miss the announcement of her candidacy? As far as I know this is a private citizen/ex-politician doing a book signing & meet and greet and is not a campaign stop.

    If she came to the MOA to announce she was running for POTUS then it is a relevant comment.

  • N*r*thy

    Can’t wait, what a honor.