Where Are They Now?: Christine O’Donnell’s New Book Set For August Release
Remember Christine O’Donnell? About half a year’s worth of news cycles ago, O’Donnell, then a Senate candidate, dominated the media with her ’90s witchcraft and subsequent denials, and slowly slipped away from the spotlight when now Sen. Chris Coons won the election. Now O’Donnell is announcing a media comeback with her new book Troublemaker, complete with book and media tour.
The last we heard of O’Donnell, she was polling the audience, “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?”-style, on whether she should participate in Dancing with the Stars (she ultimately chose not to). During her time away from the spotlight, it seems, O’Donnell has penned a book, somewhat paradoxically entitled Troublemaker: Let’s Do What It Takes to Make America Great Again. While originally billed as a memoir, the book is now announced to be a political primer for conservatives, where O’Donnell will “give voice to the quiet anger in America today: where it comes from, what it’s asking for, and where it’s going from here.”
Unfortunately, that’s as far as the publisher is willing to tease the new book, with the rest of the release merely reminding us why O’Donnell matters and how she took the media by storm last year. The only other detail they’ll let out is quite mouthwatering for those in the media, though: yes, she’s planning a return to relevance with a full-fledged book tour, both in stores and on television. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
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