Martha Stewart, everyone’s favorite Kitchen Nazi, has just scored a $2 million book deal with Rodale, the publisher morally culpable for the South Beach Diet series. Billed as a how-to business book and already scheduled for an October release, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia’s press release describes the book as an “outline [for how to] identify one’s own entrepreneurial voice and channel one’s skills and passions into a successful business venture.” According to the NY Post, even less clear than the meaning of “entrepreneurial voice” is “how Stewart will deal in the book with the long federal investigation into ImClone stock sales that nearly wrecked [Omnimedia].”
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