Looks like the folks at Gawker, who are running a prediction game just as we are, are going to have to wait a bit longer till the publisher for IF I DID IT is revealed. Goldman family spokesperson Michael Wright told us this morning that the announcement has been held off until tomorrow. No word yet as to why (beyond “just planning”), or whether the result will be the same if we start asking tomorrow morning when the announcement will happen, or even if there is a publisher in place and this has all been a giant smokescreen to get us talking about OJ instead of, oh, Karl Rove book deal speculation (Thomas Nelson or Mary Matalin‘s imprint at Simon & Schuster, natch.)
Ron still just hopes this doesn’t turn out to be Madonna’s nanny’s memoir all over again.
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