From MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell and Adam Verdugo
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Huge lines this morning meant a record number of book sales at the Grand Rapids Barnes & Noble.
A spokeswoman for Harper Collins tells NBC News more than 1,000 copies of "Going Rogue" have been sold. The bookstore has already run out of wristbands for those standing in line since early this morning. That means the rest of those who waited in the cold will likely not get a chance to get their book signed by Sarah Palin tonight.
Palin will arrive this afternoon in Grand Rapids and is scheduled to tape an interview for "The 700 Club" and Christian Broadcasting Network correspondent David Brody. The interview is scheduled to air on Thursday morning.