Kate Gosselin's latest book isn't exactly flying off the shelves, which is a good thing too, because if it were, the apocalypse might be imminent.
Since its April 13 release, I Just Want You to Know: Letters to My Kids on Love, Faith, and Family has sold 10,084 copies, according to reports.
That's 10,084 more than we'd hope, but still a low total.
Gosselin's new non-fiction title debuted at #11 on the New York Times' non fiction bestseller list, and at #103 on USA Today's bestsellers chart.
By Thursday afternoon, its Amazon rank was #862.
This is in spite of Kate Gosselin relentlessly hawking the book (while being absent from the kids, ironically), and being on Dancing with the Stars.
Has the book-buying public tired of Kate?
Jim Milliot, business and news director of Publishers Weekly, recently stated that the numbers "nowhere near a blockbuster" and "not that impressive."
Not that surprising, either. A Kate Gosselin book about parenting? After all this? Would you buy a Lindsay Lohan book on teetotalling? Just curious.
By contrast, the 35-year-old mom's first two books, Multiple Blessings and Eight Little Faces, both climbed to number five on the New York Times' list.
Multiple Blessings sold 523,000 copies in 2009.
I Just Want You to Know "continues [Kate's] story of faith and family. Using excerpts and written prayers from her journal, Kate offers an intimate look at the heart of a mother during the years her family transitioned from obscurity to fame."
In related news, Jon Gosselin is reportedly penning a memoir, I Just Want to Hit That: A Divorced Father of Eight's Quest For Mediocre Rebound Girls.