Tuesday 9 October 2007

#1 in MPH !

What a wonderful Raya present! Thank you very much for your support. I am also happy that Where Monsoons Meet, a significant book, has entered the best-seller list without the benefit of any promotion.

Local Non-Fiction Best-sellers
For the week ending 7 October 2007

1. Malaysian Politicians Say the Darndest Things (Vol. 1)
Author : Amir Muhammad

2. In Good Faith: Articles, Essays and Interviews
Author : Zaid Ibrahim

3. I am Muslim
Author : Dina Zaman

4. Confessions of an Old Boy: The Dato' Hamid Adventures
Author : Kam Raslan

5. Eh! Wat Yu Talking?: Chronicles of Malay Humor
Author : Syed Ali Tawfik Al-Attas

6. Where Monsoons Meet: A People's History of Malaya
Author : Musimgrafik

7. As I Was Passing
Author : Adibah Amin

8. Secrets of Millionaire Investors: How You Can Build a Million-Dollar Net Worth by Investing in the Stock Markets
Author : Adam Khoo; Conrad Alvin Lim

9. The AirAsia Story: How a Young Airline Made It Possible for Everyone to Fly and Become a Runaway Success
Author : Sen Ze; Jayne Ng

10. I Love Stocks: Your Guide to Profitable Trading (Third Edition)
Author : Pauline Yong


Maverick SM said...

Congratulations, Amir!

Your book was a good read and captures our frust-heart simulating the current political climate and the peoples' thoughts of what has become of our lawmakers.

Hope you get to publish the second book quickly. We are waiting...

Amir Muhammad said...

It has been a month since the launch and the book has sold about 2,100 copies.


Anonymous said...

Congratulations on your booksales! That works out to roughly 70 copies a day - sounds like a pretty good average to me :)