Michelle Obama’s Memoir Breaks Record As Barnes & Noble Fastest-Selling Book Of 2018

Michelle Obama Memoir

Former American First Lady, Michelle Obama‘s diary “Getting to be” has turned into the quickest offering book of 2018 at Barnes and Noble, outperforming the Trump organization tell-all “Dread: Trump in the White House” by veteran writer Bob Woodward.

Notwithstanding being the current year’s quickest vender, Barnes and Noble additionally reported that “Getting to be” had the best first-week offers of any grown-up book since 2015’s “Go Set a Watchman,” the exceedingly foreseen second

Distributer Penguin Random House declared that “Getting to be” sold in excess of 725,000 duplicates on its first day of discharge a week ago, the most astounding single-day offers of any book by the distributer this year.

Michelle Obama's Memoir

Obama’s memoir is just the latest in a series of splashy political book releases this year. Barnes & Noble said in October, just before the midterm elections, that there had been a 57 percent boost in political book sales from a year earlier.

Woodward’s “Fear” sold 900,000 copies on its first day and 1.1 million in the first week, breaking records at the 94-year Simon & Schuster.

Former FBI Director James Comey’s “A Higher Loyalty” sold 600,000 copies in its first week in April, while the controversial “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House” by Michael Wolff sold 192,000 books during its first week in January.

Hillary Clinton’s election post-mortem, “What Happened,” had the lowest sales of the bunch, notching 167,000 copies sold during its first week last September.

Michelle Obama is currently promoting “Becoming” on a cross-country book tour that has filled arenas with crowds in the thousands.


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