PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Just months after his conviction on dozens of child sex abuse charges, Jerry Sandusky is reportedly writing a book in jail.

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Sandusky is awaiting sentencing after being convicted in June on 45 counts of child sex abuse.

A Johnstown TV station reports that Sandusky is being helped out with the book, by his wife Dottie.

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Prison officials at the Centre County Correctional Facility say that Sandusky is no longer on suicide watch and is called a model inmate.

This would be Sandusky’s second book. His first book, which was published in 2001, was titled “Touched: The Jerry Sandusky Story.” The book is an autobiography that chronicles his times as a defensive coordinator at Penn State and his work at the Second Mile Foundation.

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