Hunter Biden has said that he is considering writing a sequel to his memoir “Beautiful Things,” which completely bombed in terms of sales, despite media hype and a press tour. Hunter Biden told the Mad World podcast the proposed book will be on “his relationship with wife Melissa Cohen, a South African filmmaker he met in 2019 and married shortly after, and her role in helping him recover from his crack addiction,” according to Fox News. “That’s where the book ends, but the one thing I really do feel almost an obligation to speak about or write about in the
Hunter Biden’s autobiography Beautiful Things sold just over 10,000 copies in its first week. “It was edged out slightly in the rankings by ‘The Calcium Connection: The Little-Known Enzyme at the Root of Your Cellular Health,” The Daily Mail notes. The 272-page autobiography written by the president’s son debuted at number 12 on the Publisher’s Weekly hardcover nonfiction chart after selling a meager 10,638 copies. The flop follows a massive press campaign, including Hunter Biden making appearances on BBC, ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and twice on CBS News.