Tuesday, December 28, 2010

The Mouse Writer, A National Best-Seller (unofficially)

For the last six weeks "The Mouse Writer" by Ethan Johnson has been a national best-seller with over 30,000 copies sold. With numbers like that, it should have made the New York Times best-seller list. If you bought a copy, nice job. If not, there are only a few left. Stop whatever you are doing right now and run to Starbucks. I'm serious. Get going.


Ethan Johnson said...

The final number of The Mouse Writer books sold in the six weeks at Starbucks is: 41,641. To all of you who picked up a copy, thank you for sharing the story with your friends and family. If you're still looking for a copy, Ebay is your best bet, because they are no longer available at Starbucks.


Ethan Johnson said...

Actually, there are a few copies at Starbucks stores in the U.S. Call around to see if any are near you.

Ethan Johnson said...

Okay, I just got the final final number of copies sold in Starbucks stores in the U.S.: 42,343.

Wow. All that without any advertising. Not even a book signing.

It's just amazing.