Fired from Fox News last month, Bill O'Reilly said he is looking forward to writing his latest installment in the best-selling "Killing" historical series – and hopes to spread the word with the help of an online audience.
"Killing England: The Brutal Struggle for American Independence," which focuses on the Revolutionary War era, will be published by Henry Holt and Co. on Sept. 19, according to the Associated Press on Tuesday.
The six previous books in the series, which include "Killing Lincoln," "Killing Reagan" and "Killing Kennedy," have consistently sold more than 1 million copies each in hardcover, according to the AP. The series has more than 17 million copies in print, Holt told AP.
O'Reilly told the wire service he would do whatever is needed to publicize his latest book – and is "forming alliances" with internet organizations, though no decision have been made yet, the AP reported.
"I'm not an internet person, but I realize that's the market of the future," he said, adding if people didn't like his books they wouldn't have succeeded, no matter where and how much he talked about them on air.
Meanwhile, O'Reilly asserted Fox News is unlikely to do away with embattled host Sean Hannity, saying the network cannot "handle another shake-up" after his own ouster.
Multiple advertisers withdrew from O'Reilly's show before he left, and a similar pattern has developed for Hannity in the wake of criticism for his promotion of a story involving a murdered Democratic National Committee employee.
"It's the same thing, the far left going after him, trying to get him off the air," O'Reilly said. "I think Hannity will survive, because I don't know if Fox can handle another shake-up like that."
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