Badsnookerplayer wrote:It will probably sell more copies than Ronnie's.
O'Sullivan's book sold 500, 000 copies so I estimate Stephen's will sell 700,000.
However, people will argue that Ronnie is a greater writer, and also it was more difficult for him to sell copies as his book was out at a much more competitive time.
Many hope that as time goes on, Ronnie's book may pass Stephen's 700, 000 figure although this is seeming less and less likely.
Hendry fans will simply point at the figure 700 000.
For reference, both Steve Davis and Ray Reardon's autobiographies sold 600 000 copies
Yup, a very good analyses from your part, indeed! Stephen´s been for years already out of it (the pro snooker), while Ronnie still having some daydreams. But he´s only daydreaming, to be quite honest. About to add his World titles count. Well MJW just added his, so.... Don´t know. But Ronnie´s just doing something quite wrong. Been ages for his last Sheffield semis. Which tells a story. Given his overall-success.
Stephen´s already out of it, and he´s probably feeling much better than Ronnie. Or I just don´t know. Could be that Ronnie´s feeling better than Stephen.. But not going to sell more copies.