APE debuted on the Wall Street Journal bestseller list today. If you’d like to read what people think of it, read the reviews here:
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You are right behind Bill O'Reilly! That's funny.
wow congratulations man.
+Guy Kawasaki when did best seller lists start to include artisan-published titles?
Trying to catch up on my Kawasaki University reading right now! Thanks for everything.
Way to Go!
+Guy Kawasaki Way to go. Congrats.
+Aaron Glett Last week? :-)
Good work +Guy Kawasaki. Your plan is coming together!
Well deserved recognition.
Don't need to read the reviews – reading it now – awesome book
I've actually been randomly working on something. I'm not a writer by trade but I've been captivated by a story I'd like to see so I'm drafting it. Was happy to look over this book and see the possibility of making it commercially viable even though I'm not totally doing it for that.
Congratulations, +Guy Kawasaki you may have successfully broke the dam. However, I wouldn't go breaking open the bubbly quite yet. We need to see other artisan/self-publishers go through the hole and see if they can use your methods to get similar or moderately successful campaigns. You know, to see if it's not just dumb luck.
BUT, if it's more than just dumb luck, this will change publishing as we know it.
+Aaron Glett From your mouth to God’s ears!
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