Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's house, right, on Lake Lucille in Wasilla, Alaska is photographed on Thursday, May 27, 2010. Palinas extended the height of the fence, center, to keep out the prying eyes of author Joe McGinniss, who has rented the smaller house next to Palin, left.
WASHINGTON - Sarah Palin says the best-selling author who moved into the house next door to her family while writing a book about her needs to get a life.
Palin tells "Fox News Sunday" that she and he family now avoid their front yard and other areas of their lakeside home in Wasilla, Alaska, because of their new neighbor — author Joe McGinniss.
McGinniss moved to Wasilla last spring while working on a book about Palin, the former governor and vice presidential candidate who is a leading contender for the GOP presidential nomination in 2012. McGinniss has said that he rented the house next door to the Palin family because the price was right, not to spy on them.