(CNN) - Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, whose 2009 memoir "Going Rogue" remains a New York Times bestseller four months after it was released, has signed on to write a book about "America's virtues and strengths."
The yet-to-be-named book - appearing to have trappings fit for an aspiring political candidate - will be a reflection on "the key values - both national and spiritual - that have been such a profound part of her life and which continue to inform her vision of the future," according to publisher Harper Collins.
The book will also feature "selections from classic and contemporary readings" that have inspired the former Republican vice presidential nominee.
Harper Collins, which published "Going Rogue," was mum on how much money Palin is receiving for the book. A financial disclosure form last fall revealed she was paid $1.25 million by the publisher as a retainer.
Like "Going Rogue," Palin's latest book was negotiated by Robert Barnett, the high-profile Washington lawyer who has sealed lucrative deals for a number of high-profile politicians, most recently newly-elected Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown.