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USA Today: Palin’s Book Going Strong – Sets Record for 2009

Posted by Dr. Fay on December 24, 2009

USA Today notes:

TOP 150: See what’s moving on our Best-Selling Books list

 Palin, going strong: Sarah Palin‘s memoir, Going Rogue, is the first and only book of 2009 to remain at No. 1 on the list for five consecutive weeks. Three other titles —Dan Brown‘s The Lost Symbol, Glenn Beck‘s Common Sense and Stephenie Meyer‘s New Moon — held the No. 1 spot for four straight weeks earlier this year. Borders vice president Larry Norton says the chain has been “pleasantly surprised how well the book has held up after the initial burst of publicity. Usually, big celebrity books burn brightly, but not for this long.” Publisher HarperCollins says Palin signed 58,000 books on her 25-state book tour that ended Tuesday in Alaska.

One Response to “USA Today: Palin’s Book Going Strong – Sets Record for 2009”

  1. James Kimberley said

    “Going Rogue” is a very interesting, informative, and sometimes hilarious read. Some of the word-portraits of people like Steve Schmidt, Andree McCleod, and the “Birkenstock & granola” activist were absolutely priceless. Can’t wait for Sarah’s next book!

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