John Grishame’s career as a literary agent has taken off, with his latest book, The John Grislam Books, gaining wide attention.
The New York Times called it the most successful bookseller of 2018, saying he’s sold more than 500 million copies worldwide.
Grishames first book deal with Amazon happened in 2013, with the online retailer’s website bidding $30 million for it.
The publisher’s sales have grown rapidly in the past decade.
He’s sold about 1.5 million books since then, and has a new book out in September.
And in 2018, Grishamy sold 2.5m copies of his books, according to Nielsen BookScan.
Grishaam was a big seller in books with a first edition, and books with no-first-edition editions.
He sold more titles in 2017 than any other author in the US in the first nine months of 2017.
Grischame’s book, John Grissame’s Books, has sold 1.6 million copies.
The book’s first printing was in 2014, and it sold more copies than any previous first edition.
It’s a great achievement, and one that speaks volumes about the popularity of John Grisamy, who died in 2019.
Here are some of the books Grishamed sold: The Little Red Book of Poetry by William Faulkner, published in 1929.
It sold more 1.3 million copies, according the Times.
It was the first book by a white author.
It also inspired the bestseller of the year for fiction.
John Grigoriadis The Life of Henry VIII by James Joyce, published by William Collins in 1960.
It has sold more 3.3 billion copies, including 3.4 million copies in the UK.
It is the only book to have sold more first editions than second editions.
It tells the story of the life of Henry Tudor, the king of England from 1415 to 1485.
It became the most popular book in the English language in 2017, and the most expensive to print.
The Penguin Classics version of The Life sold about 2.7 million copies between the first and second editions, and sold more in the United States.
In the US, it is now the bestselling book in history.
It received four Golden Globe nominations in 2017.
The Booker Prize winner, Philip Roth, has written a memoir of his own called The Name of the Rose, about his life with the author.
John C. Lilly The Life and Letters of John C Lilly, published from 1928 to 1952.
It sells more 3 million copies a year, according Nielsen Bookscan.
It came in third in the New York sales charts in 2018.
It inspired the bestselling novel of the decade, The Corrections, about a young man who is imprisoned in the mental hospital where he grew up.
It won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 2009.
John Waters’ The Secret Life of Walter Mitty sold more 2.9 million copies from the first printing in 1958.
It went on to sell more than a million copies the next year, but only a little more than half that in the States.
John Dower, the author of the best-selling novel of all time, The Grapes of Wrath, has published more than 1.4 billion copies.
Waters was born in Brooklyn in 1919.
His best-seller, The Fault in Our Stars, was released in 2015.
His latest novel, The Girl on the Train, was published in 2018 and is available in several markets.
John Updike The Giver, published between 1878 and 1908.
It, too, sold more more than 2.3 millions copies.
Updikes first novel, A Glimpse at Eden, came out in 1939.
His next book, American Gods, was the best seller of the 1990s.
His second novel, In the Woods of Eden, followed, and was published last year.
His third book, Babel Rising, was a bestseller in the USA.
John Gardner The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger, published 1939.
It now has a first printing, with an estimated sales of 1.2 million copies each year.
Gardner, who is a descendant of a former slave, is one of the most famous American authors of all-time.
He was a Pulitzer Prize winner in 1951.
Gardner’s most recent book, a biopic of the author, is based on his own life, The Lost Art of Storytelling, which was published this year.
It will be available in more than 70 countries this year, and will be released in 2018 in England, Canada and Australia.
The author is the nephew of novelist and film director Michael Mann.