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A place to update and discuss facts surrounding the controversial, tragic death of legendary Hollywood film actress, wife and mother, Natalie Wood who drowned mysteriously Nov. 29, 1981 off Catalina Island. Thank you for visiting.

Friday, December 17, 2010

Is Goodbye Natalie Goodbye Splendour a Bestseller?

I saw some questions about the status of GNGS sales. I am pleased to say that GNGS has reached some high peaks in sales and consistently sells in three major book categories. I am pleased because the more people reading GNGS, the more the truth of the Natalie Wood "mystery" gets exposed and people will realize there is no mystery at all. 

No, GNGS has not yet made the NY Times bestseller list, but as with many books, that does not mean it is not a bestseller. It's holding its own, as well and along with many books that DID make the NY Times bestseller list. Some of the books that make that elite list stay there for only a week or two during the author's book tour. Some books remain on the list for years. Depends on the genre and purpose of the book. I hope GNGS maintains steady sales rather than be a timed subject. GNGS is a book that corrects a piece of Hollywood history and I would hope that would remain of interest throughout the decades as well as the days. 

Goodbye Natalie Goodbye Splendour is in the top 100 of these three genres today. On a virtual daily to weekly basis it continues to reach the top 100 of these three generes. Even Amazon titles these lists "Bestsellers"  

Amazon.com Bestsellers: The most popular items in Actor & Actress Biographies

Amazon.com Bestsellers: The most popular items in Movie Biographies

Amazon.com Bestsellers: The most popular items in True Crime



  1. You are welcome Marti. I agree and believe GNGS will continue on a path of enlightening many people about the truth of Natalie's death for many years to come.

  2. You gave us an intriguing book, one I'm sure will be around for a long time into the future.

  3. You're right Marti. There "is no mystery at all"