Skip to comments.Hillary Clinton’s book selling well, but where’s the mad rush? (It's not selling well, it's a flop)
Posted on 06/12/2014 6:53:06 AM PDT by jimbo123
If there was enthusiasm for the release of Hillary Clintons highly anticipated memoir, it was missing Tuesday at one D.C. bookstore. No one was lining up outside. No one was fighting over the last copy (there still are copies left!). And few seemed interested in reading anything beyond online reviews and summaries.
Our PostTV team and opinion columnist Alexandra Petri ventured to Kramerbooks in the heart of D.C.s Dupont Circle neighborhood, where they found that even Clinton supporters were not interested in buying the former secretary of states Hard Choices.
Luckily for Clinton, book sales seem to tell a different story. As of Wednesday morning, Kramerbooks had sold 24 of its 160 copies. Apparently, we missed those buyers during our nearly three-hour visit to the store.
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Selling well = we pushed out a crapload of copies to booksellers, where they are gathering dust.
the cut out bins will be overflowing,....very soon
Look for it at The Dollar Tree beside all the other dem ‘best sellers’.
As long as the American people “think” it is selling well, well, that’s all that matters in a “democracy”.
People will rarely spend their hard earned money on a pile of BS and LIES. BS and LIES are the total story of her life from college days right up until now.
The store usually displays the books near the back of the store. And the conservative books are always stuck in the most inconvenient part of the book rack.
Copies are piled up on the floor at Ralph’s supermarket right now - marked 25% off
No one cares what the fat, ugly, lying slut has to say.
Are the Unions deserting the ‘lady in waiting’ too? They usually buy up millions of copies if for no other reason than to hype their preferred candidate.
Ten dollars to me, and I’ll take one.
When I last looked at the book on Amazon it was classified under 3 narrow categories as opposed to “Number xx in non-fiction.” Categories like “#1 in sanitized personal recollections by old white political appointees.”
“Hillary never hit #1 on Amazon and now she’s dropped to #3 behind the 10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse: Lose Up to 15 Pounds in 10 Days!”
That is surprising. I bet her book is a more effective purgative than the smoothies.
Well, which would you rather read? A book about a green smoothie cleansing, or Hillary’s book?????
If you truly want to read a beautiful non-fiction story, check out The Waiting by Cathy LaGrow. Cathy’s grandmother, Minka Disbrow, now 102-years-old, was raped in 1928 when she was 16. She was forced to give up her baby for adoption. She wrote letters to the adoption agency for years. They were reunited SEVENTY SEVEN years later. While being reunited she learned that her grandson, Mark Lee, had become a NASA astronaut and flew four space missions. Another grandson was a West Point grad.
More info about the book is at www.thewaitingbook.com.
Dollar Tree time and then garbage dump.
“Hillary never hit #1 on Amazon and now she’s dropped to #3 behind the 10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse: Lose Up to 15 Pounds in 10 Days! by JJ Smith after only 2 days. Flop. Flop. Flop. “
Oh, now you’ve done it! My morning coffee is all over my keyboard! Thank you for that!
24 out of 160 copies===
That is about 15%. That matches the effectiveness of both of the Clintons—about 15%.