Andy Kropa/ AP In this April 6, 2016, file photo, Bill O’Reilly attends The Hollywood Reporter’s “35 The majority of Effective Individuals in Media” event in New York. Inning accordance with a post on his personal website late Saturday, April 22, 2017, the previous Fox News host will drop a new episode of his “No Spin News” podcast Monday evening, April 24, 2017.
Wednesday, Sept. 27, 2017|6:35 p.m.
NEW YORK– First week sales for Expense O’Reilly’s most current book were enviable for practically any author who isn’t Bill O’Reilly.
“Killing England,” the current in O’Reilly’s smash hit series of history books, offered 65,000 copies in hardcover. Inning accordance with NPD BookScan, only one nonfiction book sold much better, although its author has long been a political opponent of the conservative commentator. Hillary Clinton’s “What Occurred” offered 93,000 copies in its second week, a drop from its opening sales of 168,000 copies, when pre-orders likewise were included. Very first week numbers for “What Occurred” were the highest for any nonfiction book in five years.
Inning accordance with BookScan, which tracks around 85 percent of the print market, O’Reilly’s “Killing the Rising Sun” opened last year with sales of 145,000 copies. O’Reilly has long been among the most popular nonfiction authors, however “Killing England” is his first major release because being forced out from Fox News in the middle of numerous accusations of unwanted sexual advances. While initial sales have actually been slower than for his earlier works, “Killing England” has acquired momentum. It delved into the top 5 on Amazon on publication day, Sept. 19, and was No. 1 for much of Wednesday. “Killing England” likewise was in the leading 5 on Barnes & & Noble.com.
Sales have actually likely been helped by an unexpected outlet, Fox. Ads for the book have been airing on the network and O’Reilly returned in person Tuesday night for an interview with Sean Hannity.