Two new books with a negative take on Donald Trump's presidency, David Frum's 'Trumpocracy' (Harper) and David Cay Johnston's 'It's Even Worse Than You Think' (Simon & Schuster), have seen demand increase on Amazon following the fray surrounding Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury' (Henry Holt).
The most talked about book of the new year sold 28,567 print copies in first two days on sale, according to NPD BookScan.
Kathy Borkowski, the executive director of the Wisconsin Historical Society Press for the past 13 years, is stepping down.
Macmillan CEO John Sargent has refused the demands of the cease-and-desist letter President Trump's attorney sent the Henry Holt that the publication of Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury' be halted. A letter from Macmillan's legal counsel sent to Trump's counsel confirms the company's stance.
Henry Holt seems to have underestimated demand for the tell-all title and many accounts ran out of copies over the weekend and are waiting for new shipments this week.
After the media released some choice bombshells from Michael Wolff's forthcoming White House tell-all, 'Fire and Fury,' the book has skyrocketed to #1 on Amazon and its on-sale date has been moved up—to the tune of infuriated tweets from President Trump.
East Coast versus West Coast. Coke versus Pepsi. Red Sox versus Yankees. Can SMP's 'The Woman in the Window' versus William Morrow's 'The Wife Between Us' join such illustrious rivalries?
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