You sent a message to Barnes & Noble that it was time for them to stock DANGEROUS in store, and we’re happy to report that the message was received loud and clear!

Barnes & Noble will begin stocking DANGEROUS in the current affairs section of all of their 633 stores! Some locations will have copies by the end of this week, and the entire chain will have the book on shelves by the end of next week.

Thank you to MILO fans everywhere who made your simple desire to buy the best selling DANGEROUS in Barnes & Noble stores  known to the company.

MILO commented on Barnes & Noble carrying DANGEROUS in store by saying, “I’m thrilled that Barnes & Noble listened to their customers — a lost art for many companies — and has taken immediate action to rectify the MILO-shaped hole in their beautiful and numerous bookstores. Although I think they’d be wise to shelve copies of DANGEROUS in the self-help, fitness, current affairs, religion, and last but certainly not least the fine art sections, I will accept current affairs — at least to start.”

In other DANGEROUS news, the book continues to fly off the shelves at an astonishing rate.

Sales grew 80% week over week based on Bookscan figures. DANGEROUS is the #1 hardcover nonfiction book according to Bookscan, however it is ranked #5 by the New York Times. Bookscan reports 18,678 copies of DANGEROUS were sold for the week, as compared to 12,737 copies of Devil’s Bargain, the Times #1 book. The nearly 6,000 book difference places the sales of the #5 book at approximately 50% higher than the #1 book.

  • James Lipton

    What an interesting marketing campaign.

    • myddrinemrys

      He is following the Eric Bischoff model: Controversy Creates Cash

      • Thomas Crane

        nWo 4 life

  • Arnold Layne

    When can I get Dangerous on audiobook?

    • 6079 Winston Smith

      Just ask somebody to read it to you.

      • Jean Collier

        L.

      • Hisssssss

        Sargon of Akkad should.

    • Valerie Hallmen

      He finished recording it some time ago…… I want mine too!

    • JuanCarlos

      Maxine Waters is working on it now!

      • commonsense4sure

        What a nauseating idea…

      • Arnold Layne

        Don’t do that to me. I would rather shove red hot shish-ka-bob skewers through my testicles than have to listen to that shrill banshee.

    • shawnpack

      When I read it, I hear his voice. 🙂

  • True.Epic.Crusader

    Congratulations Milo on another victory!

    Since you now have a very successful publishing company, might I suggest founding a game studio next?
    Dangerous Games, maybe?
    All triple-A gaming studios are infected with rampant leftism, so this would be a breath of fresh air. I would quit my 3D modeling job in a heartbeat if I could work for Milo, and I know many talented artists who also would.
    Please consider it!

    • Ben Blohn

      Epic 40k….. /moan

    • DoomGuyBFG

      Omg, I don’t think my Nvidia GTX 1050 GPU is powerful enough to fully render Milo’s magnificence, but I will still buy every single one of his games!

      • True.Epic.Crusader

        They should make a game that’s like Rockstar’s old PS2 classic “Bully”, but instead of taking place in a fictional school, it would take place in Berkely, and you play as Milo.
        I let you imagine the rest…

  • SteveO

    Social media can be be wielded as weaponized peer pressure if utilized properly. Milo, You are the maestro!

    • starrival

      Peer pressure? That’s not necessarily a good thing, my friend.

      • SteveO

        I know. any celebrity who says anything positive about Trump gets destroyed. how about Katie Perry getting peer-pressured for cultural appropriation and actually thanking her bullies for making her “woke.”

  • MsFox

    Congratulations Milo! NYT lying POS.

  • Boom!
    Power of people who actually buy things instead of complaining about things they don’t buy.

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  • Any official statement from the company?

  • Dudley Morris

    And if they just sit there on the shelf, do B&N get the last laugh?

    • commonsense4sure

      Don’t you wish… ha ha they won’t! Read it and weep!

    • Anthony Mxyzptlk

      Dudley – the point is that B & N has to sell lots of books to stay in business, and they were deliberately sabotaging their business by NOT selling a best seller — simply because somebody in power did not like the message! It would be like a drug store not stocking Bayer aspirin because they don’t like German companies.

      • Dudley Morris

        I dig that, but I also know that companies can lose a lot of money by thinking online enthusiasm translates into the real world. I hope it’s not the case, but it wouldn’t be good if the sales of the book have peaked and the copies B&N gets in just sit there.

  • Laurie

    I went to Barnes & Noble the week the book was released, b/c it was sold out online in the hardback format. I was unaware they weren’t selling it at their stores, since they had it online and it had sold out, it seemed crazy that they wouldn’t have it in store, also. There were so many books not selling, why not have one that sells!?!? What a crazy idea. It did become available a week later online and I bought it. (The price went up $6, which is unusual…I really wanted the hardback version though, so I can show off at airports next month on vacation.)

  • Myob Nosy

    Only thing I “buy” at B&N is free downloadable eBooks. lol If I buy Dangerous, it won’t be from them. Dey is a day late and a dollah short.

  • Athena Coio

    Checked Barnes & Noble in Smith Haven Mall, Lake Grove, NY today. Not in the store and staff said they will not be getting it.

    • WY – Love it or Leave

      I hope you responded by saying that they won’t be getting your business anymore.

  • Suzana

    Please, explain me, I am not American.
    Does Milo need Barnes? Can’t everyone get his book on Amazon or other bookstores?
    Barnes boycotted him but is rewarded by profiting on him…

    • Plumpkitters

      he dont need but if they can sell Hitlers book on shelf why not Milos?

      • Suzana

        Thank you.

    • David L. Stinson

      Greetings and best wishes from Texas.
      The “win” for Milo is a matter of principle.
      Barnes boycotted him at first because they believed their profits depended on the violent Leftists who have been weaponized by corrupt Academics, just like in Europe. The actual book-buying public is not Leftist, and they let Barnes know they were unhappy about its stance. So Barnes decided the profits were on that side and changed their policy accordingly. It’s about Principle for people who support Milo. It’s about Profit for Barnes.

      • Suzana

        Thank you. You HAVE TO stop by if you come to Brazil. Keep in touch.

    • MisterGoldiloxx

      What David said, plus some of us are boycotting the Jeff Bozos (spelled as intended) owned leftist Amazon and Washington (com)Post.

  • ActivistAngel

    I reached all the way to corporate “customer relations” and cancelled my Barnes & Noble membership with him. Now I will go in to a store, buy all their in store copies and restore my membership.

  • ActivistAngel

    Barns & Noble in Calabasas California had three copies on August 1… in the back.
    I got him to bring them out and bought two. He seemed surprised they weren’t out.

  • Dante Alighieri ????

    Congrats!!!

  • Hisssssss

    Victory!

  • WY – Love it or Leave

    I went to Barnes and Noble to purchase Dangerous and couldn’t find it. I searched for half an hour and finally found ONE that was “mis-filed” in their current affairs section. I stopped going to B & N when they refused to put out Anne Coulter’s new release last year. I had to ask them if they had any to which they replied no and when I persisted, the liberal dogs came up with a copy from the back room. Lesson learned – do not frequent Liberal owned businesses. Too bad for B & N because I used to spend 100’s every year in their store. Now I go just to irritate those Nazi dirt bags and make them sell me books they don’t fit their Liberal Utopia narrative.
    I haven’t read your book yet Milo but I will.