25K More Copies of If I Did It: Why?


By Neal Comment

Beaufort Books has upped its first printing of the Goldman-approved edition of If I Did It from the 125,000 we told you about Tuesday to 150,000 copies, according to our most recent conversation with the company’s president, Eric Kampmann. Where does Beaufort expect to sell those extra copies? I’m waiting to hear back from Barnes & Noble about whether their decision not to carry the book, due to what they perceived as a lack of interest, is still in effect.

In a possibly related development, Fred and Kim Goldman are expected to issue a press release later this afternoon.

UPDATE: Yep, B&N’s gonna sell it.