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Kamala Harris Book Sales Flop Raises Questions About Royalties and Purchasers

In recent news, it has been revealed that alleged Vice President Kamala Harris did not earn much from her books last year. Her memoir, “The Truths We Hold,” only brought in $234.13 in royalties, showing that it was not a popular choice among readers. This just confirms what many already suspected – political memoirs don’t always make big money.

Additionally, Harris earned $8,254 in royalties for her children’s book, “Superheroes Are Everywhere.” It raises questions about who exactly purchased enough copies to boost her royalties. With the current political climate, one can’t help but wonder if left-leaning school districts played a role in this.

It is also interesting to note that authors who work on books for famous figures like Harris might not receive much in terms of royalties. The real hard work may fall on the actual writers who only receive modest payments. Despite Harris’s fame, the returns from her books were not significant.

Furthermore, in a separate report, it was found that none of President Joe Biden’s books earned any royalties last year. However, First Lady Jill Biden’s children’s book about her husband did bring in some income. The details of the royalties indicate that public school libraries may have been the primary purchasers.

Overall, these financial disclosures shed light on the world of political memoirs and children’s books. It highlights the importance of transparency and understanding where the money is coming from. It also raises questions about the true success of these books and who is truly benefiting from their sales.

Written by Staff Reports

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