- n. The quality of having the status of bestseller.
“The reason why I wanted to write about AMS is that we all know that big-box retailer sales play such a prominent role now in bestsellerdom.”
“So with little hope of ascending the peaks of bestsellerdom, where the question of "why" has answers in abundance, I'm left with my book and my question.”
“Phil's pissed with my slow ascent to bestsellerdom.”
“And most commendably, Anders has done this by bucking conventional wisdom at every turn, choosing a merit-based strategy for the books he adds to Pyr's catalog that has skirted the easy paths to bestsellerdom that bigger publishers, with their higher overhead, find it hard to ignore.”
“More than two decades ago, the Unitarian minister Robert Fulghum achieved bestsellerdom with All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, a small book that offered twee advice such as, “Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you” and “Flush.””
“Will the bestsellerdom of the Hamlet-influenced The Story of Edgar Sawtelle lead to more fiction that nods to Shakespeare?”
“The child genius Artemis Fowl, whose criminal schemes have powered seven children's novels to bestsellerdom since 2001, selling 20m books around the world, is under a sentence of execution.”
“While the Giller prize is hugely popular in Canada and brings its winners a big boost in sales, The Sentimentalists may still face a few hiccups on its journey to bestsellerdom.”
“John Hart has cracked into bestsellerdom by writing about crime in small town North Carolina.”
“Today I learned yet another reason why I fail bestsellerdom.”
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