Casey Anthony Mulls Writing Advice Book

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The newly acquitted Floridian expressed her literary desires in jailhouse letters.

Casey Anthony wants to write an advice book.

In jailhouse letters penned by Anthony while she was in Orlando County Jail in 2008 and 2009, she expressed dreams of setting the record straight about herself via the written word. She wrote, "It's a way to settle many rumors and to share my insight about love, life and most important -- God."

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The book, notes ABC News, would be a "partial memoir/comedy/relationship advice book for those not in the know."

Anthony's letters to fellow inmate Robyn Adams also reveal her desire to have more children. She wrote, "Let's get pregnant together? If it's really possible to plan it" and "I've thought about adopting, which even sounds weird to me saying it, but there are so many children that deserve to be loved."

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Anthony was acquitted of the 2008 murder of her daughter Caylee on Tuesday. The verdict set off a firestorm of criticism, most notably from HLN's Nancy Grace, who has been covering the case since mid-2008, before the girl's remains were discovered in December of that year.

Grace declared after Anthony was found not guilty, "[Caylee's] death has gone unavenged."

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Anthony's letters were released by prosecutors preparing for her trial in 2010.