FLOP: Hunter Biden’s New Media-Hyped Book Sells Less Than 11,000 Copies In First Week

Hunter Biden has been doing media interviews for weeks about his new book. You know, the one that he got an advance of $2 million dollars to write?

It turns out not too many people are interested in reading his story.

During its first week on the market, the book sold less than 11,000 copies. That’s pathetic.

FOX News reports:

Hunter Biden’s book sells less than 11K copies in first week despite heavy media promotion

Hunter Biden’s new memoir sold less than 11,000 copies in its first week despite heavy promotion from CNN, CBS News and ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

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“Beautiful Things: A Memoir” sold 10,638 copies last week, according to Publishers Weekly. The book finished behind 11 other hardcover nonfiction books. Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb: An Inaugural Poem for the Country,” sold 42,318 copies to finish atop the list.

Fox News host Shannon Bream’s new book, “The Women of the Bible Speak: The Wisdom of 16 Women and Their Lessons for Today,” sold 32,686 copies during the same timeframe to finish second.

Hunter Biden’s lackluster sales came after his much-publicized interviews with Anthony Mason on “CBS This Morning” and with Tracy Smith on “CBS Sunday Morning.”

A two million advance for a book that sells less than 11,000 copies?

That’s just sad.

 

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