Things We Saw Today: Hillary Clinton’s What Happened Outsells All Other Non-Fiction Books of the Past Five Years
more hardcover sales than any other nonfiction book in the last five years… https://t.co/qXpE8IjdEM
— Gabriel Debenedetti (@gdebenedetti) September 20, 2017
Despite the fact that reliving the events of the November 2016 U.S. Presidential election is a painful experience, it is certainly worthwhile to have the perspective of the woman at the center of it all. That, and this particular woman is great at inspiring perseverance in the face of that horrific loss for the country. So, it’s no surprise that her book is selling well. What’s worth noting, however, is that it’s already sold 300,000 copies in hardcover, ebook, and audiobook combined! That’s more than any other non-fiction book in the last five years.
And, as Jon Cooper posted on Twitter:
And, unlike the author of “Trump: The Art of the Deal,” @HillaryClinton actually WROTE her book.
— Jon Cooper (@joncoopertweets) September 20, 2017
- IT director Andy Muschietti and sister/producer Barbara Muschietti would love to tackle Stephen King’s Pet Semetary as their next film project. (via Moviefone)
- Mid-range convention organizers are suffering financially thanks to the SDCCs of the world. (via SyFy Wire)
- Fullmetal Alchemist anime director, Seiji Mizushima, takes issue with the Japanese live-action film version of the show. He objects to the all-Japanese cast, because the characters are not all Japanese. (via Kotaku)
- Today is Firefly‘s 15th Anniversary! The Hollywood Reporter has a great look back at the production history of the now-cult classic from when the show premiered on Fox on September 20th, 2002. You still can’t take the sky from us!
- Those of you out there with menstrual cycles, listen up! By not having period sex, you could be missing out on better sex. (via The Daily Dot)
- Far too many young people either don’t understand, or misunderstand the First Amendment. Is the future of the First Amendment in danger? (via Vice)
That’s it from us, friends! What have you seen out there today? And to those of you celebrating this week, shana tova u’metuka!
(image: Simon & Schuster)
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