Sarah Palin begins book tour next week

NEW YORK — Sarah Palin will soon be on a holiday season book tour.

Starting next week, the former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate will be promoting her new book, “Good Tidings and Great Joy: Protecting the Heart of Christmas.” Publisher HarperCollins announced Tuesday that Palin’s tour will begin Nov. 12 at a Barnes &Noble in Bethlehem, Pa., and end Dec. 7 at a Barnes &Noble in Roanoke, Va.

Similar to previous Palin book tours, she will skip New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and other major metropolitan areas. Stops include military posts in Fort Campbell, Ky., and Fort Benning, Ga.; a Costco in Plano, Texas; and a Wal-Mart in Wausau, Wis.

Palin’s other books are the best-sellers “Going Rogue” and “America by Heart.”

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