I will make an order today. Booming sales for Bush book 'Decision Points' AP By HILLEL ITALIE, AP National Writer Hillel Italie, Ap National Writer â Tue Nov 16, 9:26 pm ET NEW YORK â The Decider has written a blockbuster. Former President George W. Bush's "Decision Points" sold 775,000 copies through its first week of release, Crown Publishers, an imprint of Random House Inc., announced Tuesday. An initial print run of 1.5 million copies has been increased to 1.85 million. E-book sales alone have topped 100,000. "We expect his book will be one of this holiday season's biggest-selling titles," Crown's senior vice president and publisher, Tina Constable, said in a statement. The memoir has received mixed reviews, but it topped the best-selling list on Amazon.com before publication and has remained No. 1 over the past week. In it, the two-term president discusses the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, his decisions to send troops to Afghanistan and Iraq and the response to Hurricane Katrina. Clinton has praised Bush's book, saying last week he found "Decision Points" to be "well-written and interesting from start to finish."