By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 8:29 PM on 23rd December 2010
Move over, Wordsworth! Former President George W Bush, famous for his 'Bushisms', has sold two million copies of his memoir
For someone who mangled words on a regular basis, it's an impressive feat.
Former U.S. President George W Bush's memoir has sold an astonishing two million copies since it was released in early November - and it's not even in paperback yet.
'Decision Points', published both in hardcover and e-book form, is flying off the shelves, the Crown Publishing Group says.
By contrast, former president Bill Clinton's memoir, 'My Life', has logged sales of 2.2million copies since it was first published in 2004.
A spokesman for Crown called the performance remarkable.
He claimed he could not think of any other hardcover nonfiction books in 2010 that had sold even one million copies, much less two.
In 'Decision Points,' Mr Bush recounts the inner workings of the White House and his administration following the September 11 attacks, including decisions that led to the wars in Afghanistan in Iraq.
He recounts parts of his childhood, speaks lovingly of his family and wife, and wonders about how history will judge him.
As for whether there are any of the infamous Bushisms in it - you'll have to read it to find out.