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imageHaper-Collins just released a list of tour stops and it looks like Governor Sarah Palin will be coming back to Iowa for the book signing tour of her second book, America By Heart: Reflections on Family, Faith and Flag.

She will be coming to the Des Moines area on Saturday, November 27, 2010 at 6:00p – 9:00p to:

Borders
4100 University Ave., Ste.115
West Des Moines, IA
(515) 223-1620 (map)

I called up Borders and they don’t have specific rules yet, but I can assume that you will have to purchase your copy either at the store or on Borders.com and give proof of purchase.  There will likely be no posed pictures, limit to 1-2 books per customer, and having her sign other items won’t be allowed (those were some of the rules for her Going Rogue tour).

The second Iowa stop will be in Spirit Lake on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at 11:00a – 2:00p at:

Walmart
2200 17th St
Spirit Lake, IA 51360
(712) 336-1339 (map)

Again proof of purchase from the Spirit Lake store or Walmart.com will likely be necessary.

Other locations include:

Nov. 23: Phoenix, AZ
Nov. 26: Tulsa, OK
Nov. 27: Norfolk, NE.
Nov. 27: Des Moines, IA
Nov. 28: Andover, KS
Nov. 28: Dallas, TX
Nov. 29: Houston, TX
Nov. 29: New Orleans, LA
Nov. 30: Baton Rouge, LA
Nov. 30: Little Rock, AR
Dec. 1: Brentwood, TN
Dec. 1: Lexington, KY
Dec. 2: Spirit Lake, IA
Dec. 2. Carmel, IN
Dec. 3: Cincinnati, OH
Dec. 3: Columbia, SC

Seeing that she is stopping in Iowa twice (perhaps she took my advice) and is making a stop in South Carolina.  Let the 2012 speculation commence!


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