Snooki's Book
A Bestseller!

Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi is on a list that has nothing to do with getting into a Jersey Shore nightclub. The cute Jersey Shore star has landed on the New York Times bestseller list.

A Shore Thing

Don't judge a book by its cover because even the tanned, big-haired Snooki can make the New York Times bestseller list. Jersey Shore star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, has landed on the New York Times bestseller list for her Jersey-inspired book, A Shore Thing.

The petite little spitfire tweeted her love to the fans after hearing the news. "OMG I'm a New York Times Best Selling Author!!! Thank you so much to my fans, family and everyone who made this possible! Love you all!"

As confirmed by Access Hollywood, A Shore Thing, a fictional book about two young girls living it up on the Jersey Shore for a summer of love and romance, landed at the number 24 spot on the January 30 New York Times hardcover fiction list.

The plot sounds awfully familiar -- two girls living it up on the Jersey Shore -- where have we heard that before?

Snooki is also back for more Jersey Shore fun on MTV airing Thursday nights. Maybe after this season we'll get a few more bestsellers out of Snooki. Maybe she'll find her guido match and give us a shore thing tale of Snooki settling down.

What do you think of Snooki's book as a New York Times bestseller?

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Comments on "Snooki makes New York Times bestseller list with A Shore Thing"

To Christian February 26, 2012 | 4:48 AM

Actually, yes I can hate on that.

Mika Mage October 26, 2011 | 1:58 PM

I'm buying this Hardcore on Amazon, it's only $6, I LOVE YOU SNOOKS!!!

judy June 15, 2011 | 3:26 PM

Did Snooki go to Heaven and talk to Jesus?

Star January 22, 2011 | 10:43 PM

lol that snooki person wrote a book?

Steve January 22, 2011 | 11:32 AM

While I'm saddened that a publishing house would actually put out her book, I am actually glad that it's selling. The people buying it are likely fans of the show. Fans of the show, statistically speaking, don't read books. fans are buying this book... some of them are theoretically actually reading it, not just displaying it on thier coffee tables. Maybe their next book purchase might be worth reading.

John Holmes January 22, 2011 | 11:05 AM

Wait.... Hold on...... let me just....okay, I'm fine now. I get it. It's just the same malicious joke the NY Times loves to play on you poor saps, all of you have fallen to their shenanigans numerous times, too many times to bother counting. but this one takes the cake, and its a big F-ing cake. We've all seen it before, these pranksters including in their best author lists such gems as Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian. yeah, well there's only so many times you can pull off the same joke. though I must say, this is quite an impressive feat, taking your chances with Snooki, F-ing Snooki from that show which could only be described as the physical manifestation of the 8th circle of hell (the 9th goes to what is known as "Bridal Plasty"). and you've done it. everyone believes it. everyone believes that this is what society has come to. NY Times guys, your depraved, utterly insane concept of humanity, which has been demonstrated satirically and thoughfully through the fomulated and repeated prank of adding the likes of Lauren Conrad and Jenna Jameson to the your list of best selling authors has, thanks to your manipulations and cunningness, been accepted by just about everyone who cares about what the NY Times has to say. or I could be wrong, which in that case I'm going to put my head under a car and ask someone to run over it. concept of humanity, which has been demonstrated satirically and thoughfully through the fomulated and repeated prank of adding the likes of Lauren Conrad and Jenna Jameson to the your list of best selling authors has, thanks to your manipulations and cunningness, been heartily accepted by just about everyone who cares about what the NY Times has to say or I could be wrong, which in that case I'm going to put my head under a car and ask someone to run over it.

Mel January 22, 2011 | 2:34 AM

This is an inspiration for aspiring authors anywhere. If this mindless puddle of keyboard vomit can not only get published but make a best seller list, there's no reason your own book can't.

Mel January 22, 2011 | 2:34 AM

This is an inspiration for aspiring authors anywhere. If this mindless puddle of keyboard vomit can not only get published but make a best seller list, there's no reason your own book can't.

Christian January 21, 2011 | 9:59 PM

Some of you are being a bit dramatic..."mankind has fallen." Now lets all be adults and just stop it, come on. The girl is enjoying some success and all some of you can do is "hate". It's the same equation that has been working in America since television was invented... --Person on TV + TV Show being popular = Public Interest. Now look at the demographic for MTV and more importantly, the demographic for the television show "Jersey Shore". It happens to be the Perfect demographic for this type of retail reaction. The "Situation", another person in the TV show "Jersey Shore" will make millions from deals he has gotten due to his "abs" he shows off, he was even on "Dancing With The Stars". These are young people on a TV show that is popular and they are taking advantage of their current popularity and turning it into MILLIONS. You all should learn something from these young people. I am certainly not ignorant to the fact that the "Jersey Shore" TV show is certainly just Cameras taping typical young people drink, dance and "hook-up" -- the show will make you dumber and it will make you laugh at how dumb some of them act. And that "act" is being cashed in at the bank for millions! All about marketing and positioning -- you cant hate on that !

Christian January 21, 2011 | 9:58 PM

Some of you are being a bit dramatic..."mankind has fallen." Now lets all be adults and just stop it, come on. The girl is enjoying some success and all some of you can do is "hate". It's the same equation that has been working in America since television was invented... --Person on TV + TV Show being popular = Public Interest. Now look at the demographic for MTV and more importantly, the demographic for the television show "Jersey Shore". It happens to be the Perfect demographic for this type of retail reaction. The "Situation", another person in the TV show "Jersey Shore" will make millions from deals he has gotten due to his "abs" he shows off, he was even on "Dancing With The Stars". These are young people on a TV show that is popular and they are taking advantage of their current popularity and turning it into MILLIONS. You all should learn something from these young people. I am certainly not ignorant to the fact that the "Jersey Shore" TV show is certainly just Cameras taping typical young people drink, dance and "hook-up" -- the show will make you dumber and it will make you laugh at how dumb some of them act. And that "act" is being cashed in at the bank for millions! All about marketing and positioning -- you cant hate on that !

Phil January 21, 2011 | 6:14 PM

And leave it to Barnes & Noble to keep showcasing her at "author" booksigning events

Vapor January 21, 2011 | 3:47 PM

i agree with kyle...and i am very disappointed at how far mankind has fallen...and i thought the ball drop was bad

Kylei St. January 21, 2011 | 2:09 PM

Don't lose respect for the New York Times, They are just stating the facts. If you lose respect for anything, it should be for the people buying the book.

Kylei St. January 21, 2011 | 2:09 PM

Don't lose respect for the New York Times, They are just stating the facts. If you lose respect for anything, it should be for the people buying the book.

Ed January 21, 2011 | 1:21 PM

I just lost respect for the New York Times...

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