Looks like former Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. set up a project for himself as he faces jail time for misusing campaign cash.
Sources tell the Chicago Tribune the South Side Democrat is writing a memoir to clear up his legacy.
Jackson pleaded guilty last week to spending $750,000 in campaign money on personal items including a Michael Jackson fedora, a Rolex watch and trips for his family. He faces up to five years in prison.
The source told the Tribune Jackson has nothing to do as he awaits sentencing, though a literary agent in Washington said his guilty plea might make for a tough time finding a publisher.
Jackson previously wrote "It's About the Money" in 1999 with Rev. Jesse Jackson and "A More Perfect Union" in 2001 with an aide.
Jackson's sentencing is scheduled for June 28.