Emmanuel Macron wanted strong personalities to embody the end of the quinquennium. With the charismatic Eric Dupond-Moretti place Vendôme, and the sparkling Roselyne Bachelot rue de Valois, the president is served. The two surprises of the new government cuvée have in common a good rating of love with the French, and their assiduous presence on television sets. Popular and media, Eric Dupond-Moretti and Roselyne Bachelot are therefore “products” rather “bankable” for their respective publishing houses. The Minister of Culture, under contract to Flammarion, has published five books since 2010.

Eclectic, she drew her pen to tell the presidential campaign of Nicolas Sarkozy (Fire and blood, secret notebooks of a presidential of all dangers, Flammarion, 2012), deliver some confidences on his journey (The little girl of the Vème, Flammarion, 2015) and even tried coaching (Well in my age, Flammarion, 2016) with a practical guide to help women get past their sixties.

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In general, the public follows. The secret notebooks of the Sarkozy campaign had attracted no less than 33,000 readers, according to figures from Edistat (which do not include Amazon sales), despite a fairly high price (18 euros). A good performance for a political essay, to which the popularity of the former president is undoubtedly not unrelated. Passed from politics to television sets in 2012 (D8, LCI, RTL …), Roselyne Bachelot then had mixed success with her autobiography, La petite fille de la Ve, sold at 10,724 copies only. Same observation for Bien dans mon vie (12,874 ex.) Despite a significant promotion campaign (20h of France 2, Current Woman, Le Parisien, RFI…).

Far from being discouraged, François Fillon’s close friend finally returned to literary success by changing publisher. Posted at Plon

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