TIME's Joel Stein was so inspired by Sarah Palin's quickie memoir turnaround that he wrote one of his own — in a day.
"When I heard that Sarah Palin wrote her upcoming 400-page autobiography, Going Rogue: An American Life, in four months, I thought, What took her so long?" Stein writes in next week's issue of TIME. "To prove that introspection doesn't need to be time-consuming, I decided to try to write my memoir in one day."
Because Palin wrote hers with Lynn Vincent, Stein chose Neil Strauss — who co-wrote memoirs with Marilyn Manson, Motley Crue, Dave Navarro and Jenna Jameson — to assist him in writing Rogue Journalist: An Even More American Life.
Download the 49-page memoir here or read it below, embedded via DocStoc: