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Re: REQUEST: Self-published best-sellers?
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- Subject: Re: REQUEST: Self-published best-sellers?
- From: "Audrey P. Hollinger" <audreyh@THINKAGE.ON.CA>
- Date: Thu, 20 May 1999 21:36:16 -0400
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Any other ideas for self-published or vanity
press books that became best-sellers or cult classics or
otherwise distinguished themselves in the conventional
Two Canadian self published books that became very popular are
The Wealthy Barber (a guide to financial independence)
By David Chilton
Loony Spoons (a low-fat cook book with a humorous slant)
By ... uh ... I forget ...
As a matter of fact, I believe David Chilton advised the authors of Loony Spoons in the matter of self-publishing.
"I gave my books their own room,
and now they want the whole house!"