Author Randall Hansen has benefited from the big sales achieved by “Fire and Fury” by Michael Wolff. Wolff’s attack piece on President Trump has attracted many readers. Forbes Magazine describes its online sales as “unprecedented.” It’s dominating the best-seller charts at Amazon as people clamor for details about the man positioned to prevent as much human progress as possible.
Meanwhile, Hansen’s “Fire and Fury: The Allied Bombing of Germany, 1942 – 1945” has enjoyed a sales boost according to the author’s report. Its similar title has garnered it the visibility treasured by authors as people search for the other book. I suspect Hansen’s book will make for lighter reading.
If any authors and publishers have some political scandal book in the making, please feel free to adapt versions of my book titles to your purposes, especially if you expect best-seller status. I could use the extra visibility, and my titles should work well in many real-world political applications.
Consider these gems as you prepare to publish before the 2018 midterms:
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‘Fire And Fury’ Lead To Increase In Sales Of Book With Similar Name
After Michael Wolff’s tell-all “Fire and Fury” released Friday ahead of schedule, the book fast became a bestseller and is now seemingly helping another book’s sales too. Author and historian based in Canada, Randell Hansen, tweeted Friday that the unprecedented sales for Wolff’s book had led to an increase in sales of his own book, whose name also had the words “Fire and Fury,” in it.