Scroll for updates…4th printing, 300,000+ copies now in print…
On July 27, we launched Culture of Corruption on the Sean Hannity radio and tv shows.
Tonight, Sean announced that the book will debut at #1 on the New York Times best-seller list for the week of August 16. (Vid at Hot Air.)
I wrote in the acknowledgments section of the book that no author is an island. My family makes everything I do possible. The Regnery and Eagle Publishing teams have done a terrific job. My colleagues at Fox News, Hot Air, fellow bloggers, talk show hosts across the country, and Twitter followers have been incredibly supportive. Whistleblowers like Anita MonCrief provided invaluable insights and inspiration. Mark Steyn and Mark Levin wrote generous blurbs for the back cover. Creative genius Tennyson Hayes designed the amazing cover art, trading cards (stay tuned for more on those), and shattered O stickers/magnets that are popping up on car bumpers.
Most importantly, so many of you went out and bought the book; told your friends, family, and co-workers about it; and are using the information to enlighten others — and spur activism for real Hope and Change.
The truth about Team Obama is getting out there. There’s been a tectonic shift in the political landscape. This is just the beginning.
This Noted Oriental and undercover HORE thanks you!
Update – Human Events reports:
Michelle Malkin’s brand new book, Culture of Corruption, will debut at #1 on the NYT Bestseller List on Sunday, August 16. Sources at Regnery Publishing (sister company of Human Events) confirm the book’s #1 ranking, and further confirm that the book, which just launched on July 29, is now in its 4th printing, with more than 300,000 copies in print.
Highlights of the book tour:
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