George R.R. Martin joins the Kindle Million club

George R.R. Martin joins the Kindle Million club

Martin’s Million

George R. R. Martin has joined the “Kindle Million Club”, having sold more than a million books in the Kindle store.  That’s pretty much the way Amazon puts it. I’m assuming there have been a million purchases of his titles in the Kindle store. Each license purchase typically comes with six simultaneous device licenses…but I don’t think they are counting each SDL as a sale. 😉

He joins

  • Stieg Larsson (The Girl Who…)
  • James Patterson (Alex Cross)
  • Nora Roberts (over 100 novels: multiple RITA romance award winner)
  • Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse)
  • Lee Child (Jack Reacher)
  • Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games)
  • Michael Connelly (Harry Bosch)
  • John Locke (Donovan Creed)
  • Janet Evanovich (Stephanie Plum)
  • Kathryn Stockett (The Help)

Martin is the author of the series, A Song of Ice and Fire, which is the basis for the HBO series, Game of Thrones (for which Peter Dinklage just won a best supporting actor in a drama Emmy).

Congratulations to George R.R. Martin!

He has some nice things to say in this

Amazon press release

How hard is it to sell a million books?

Well, the best-selling authors in the world have sold more than 100 million books. There are probably more than fifty of those authors. Still, it’s a great accomplishment.

This post by Bufo Calvin originally appeared in the I Love My Kindle blog.

One Response to “George R.R. Martin joins the Kindle Million club”

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