[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/images/02/04/art.plouffe.gi.jpg caption="Plouffe led a campaign that broke presidential fundraising records."] (CNN) - He’s not getting a West Wing office, but Obama campaign manager David Plouffe is still getting rewarded for the president’s historic victory: after a major bidding war, he’s scored a book deal that reportedly falls in the seven-figure range.
A source close to Plouffe confirmed that the Obama advisor has reached a “lucrative” deal with Penguin Group imprint Viking for "The Audacity to Win: The Inside Story and Lessons of Barack Obama's Historic Victory," to be released next fall.
The publisher said in a Tuesday statement that the book will offer an insider perspective on the historic campaign, including "the deliberations about whether to run against long odds, the epic primary battle with Hillary Clinton, the drama of the general election campaign against John McCain and the strategic roads taken - and not taken ...”
The book will also be marketed as a business handbook, laying out the “ lessons to be learned from the formation and the functioning of an unprecedented $1 billion start-up - use of technology, crisis management, grass roots, and personnel management."
Plouffe was represented by Washington attorney Robert Barnett, who has helped nail down book deals for high-profile political clients like President Barack Obama and former President Clinton.
–CNN's John King and Candy Crowley contributed to this report