Autobiography of 'Mad Men' Character Roger Sterling Is a RealityFans of AMC's 'Mad Men' won't have to wait until the show returns next season to get their '60s-nostalgia fix. Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Pryce's silver-haired lothario Roger Sterling (played by John Slattery) has penned a book, titled 'Sterling's Gold: Wit and Wisdom of an Ad Man', which will be released in time for the holiday season.

The book, published by Grove/Atlantic, is the brainchild of Morgan Entrekin, a 'Mad Men' fan and publisher at Grove. Entrekin tells Vulture he chose to go forward with the collection of witticisms because Sterling "gets all the good lines," many of which are included in the book.

Although readers won't be hearing much about the raunchy, redheaded portions of Roger's life, they can look forward to the book's preface, written by 'Mad Men' creator Matthew Weiner, and chapters on important subjects, including "Drinking" and "Women."