Damn! Why Didnt I Write That?: How Ordinary People are by Marc McCutcheon

By Marc McCutcheon

Extra nonfiction books are breaking the 100,000-copy sale barrier than ever ahead of. beginner writers, housewives, or even highschool dropouts have cashed in with astonishingly uncomplicated best-sellers. This advisor, by means of best-selling writer Marc McCutcheon, exhibits the reader easy methods to get in at the motion by way of choosing profitable publishing niches and filling them, now not as soon as, now not two times, yet 12 months after 12 months.

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How to Become a Successful Consultant in Your Own Field, Hubert Bermont, 140,000 copies sold. • The Writer's Digest Handbook of Short Story Writing, Frank Dickson and Sandra Smythe, 145,000 copies sold. • Oops! The Manners Guide for Girls, Nancy Holyoke, 147,000 copies sold. • Fabric of the Cosmos, Brian Greene, 148,486 copies sold. One year's sales only. • The Case for a Creator, Lee Strobel, 150,000 copies sold. One year's sales only. • On Bul shit, Harry Frankfurt, 150,000 copies. First two months' sales only.

This was, by far, the bestsel ing title of al of 1981, despite the fact that there were two other Rubik's Cube solution books, also sel ing wel , on the market! • Simple Abundance (a daily inspirational guide), Sarah Ban Breath-nach, over 7,000,000, with numerous mil ion-sel er spin-offs. • South Beach Diet, Arthur Agatston, 7,429,000 copies sold. • Tuesdays With Morrie, Mitch Albom, 7,500,000 copies sold. • Feed Me, I'm Yours, Vicki Lansky, 8,000,000 copies sold. • Who Moved My Clheese, Spencer Johnson, over 8,000,000 copies sold.

Yet by 2005, his memoir, Running with Scissors, had sold over 700,000 copies. His fol ow-up title, "Dry," about his bout with alcoholism, sold an additional 240,000 copies. These were hardly flukes. An advertising writer turned author, Burroughs struck gold again with a col ection of essays, Magical Thinking, which boasted a 200,000 copy first printing, and yet again when St. Martin's paid him a seven figure advance for three additional titles. (Incidental y, Burroughs reportedly wrote his first novel, Sel erz'ision, in just seven, 18-hour days, which also sold to St.

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