Springfield, MO - (KTVI-FOX2now.com) Thousands of fans will be "Going Rogue" in Springfield, Missouri Wednesday. Former Alaskan governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin will sign copies of her new book on Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Borders bookstore on Glenstone Avenue in Springfield. Many Palin fans and supporters camped out all night in the cold to for a chance to meet the Republican 'rock star.' Doors opened at 7 a.m. Palin is expected to arrive around 10 a.m. and sign copies of her book for about two hours.
Palin also give the convocation speech at the College of the Ozarks near Branson later in the day. Tickets are no longer available, and the speech is closed to the news media.
The title "Going Rogue" refers to a phrase from John McCain's campaign that was used to describe her "going off message."
"Going Rogue" has gone platinum. HarperCollins said Tuesday that just two weeks after publication, Sarah Palin's memoir has sold 1 million copies. The print run for "Going Rogue" has been increased again, to 2.8 million copies. The original printing was 1.5 million, then moved up to 2.5 million.
"Going Rogue" joins a select club of million-selling political memoirs that includes Barack Obama's "The Audacity of Hope," Hillary Rodham Clinton's "Living History" and Bill Clinton's "My Life."