Palin to write second book

Sarah Palin will write another book, her publisher announced Thursday.

Though the new project is unnamed so far, it will be "a celebration of American virtues and strengths," according to a release put out by Harper Collins.

The publisher said Palin will "reflect 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."

In addition to Palin's own writing, the book will contain excerpts from other writers who have inspired Palin, as well as profiles of people she admires. The project sounds decidedly more "campaign friendly" then her first book, 2009's "Going Rogue," which named names and made her a few enemies.

It's been a media heavy week for Palin, who has been in Los Angeles for the past few days. The former governor of Alaska appeared on Jay Leno's new "Tonight Show" on Monday, and has reportedly been making the rounds to studios, pitching her idea for a reality show set in Alaska.