Katie Pavlich's Assault and Flattery, Deneen Borelli's Blacklash, Monica Crowley's What the Bleep Just Happened: The new conservative publishing trend is attractive females leaning on their book titles.

Conservative Publishing Trend of the Moment

Weigel
Reporting on Politics and Policy.
July 10 2014 9:24 AM

Conservative Publishing Trend of the Moment

This Tuesday saw the debut of Katie Pavlich's second book, a fast-selling follow-up to the Townhall.com editor's Fast and Furious exposé.

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Pavlich's first book reminded me of a tome I saw being handed out and sold at Tea Party events in 2012: a jeremiad about liberal exploitation of black voters, by black conservative Deneen Borelli.

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That, in turn, reminded me of this book by Fox News' Monica Crowley.

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Publishing trend of the moment: attractive female conservative authors just hanging around, leaning on their book titles.

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This is probably the best of the trend.

David Weigel is a reporter for Bloomberg Politics

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