(CNN) – Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's memoir "Going Rogue" has sold more than one million copies after debuting only two weeks ago, her publisher Harper Collins tells CNN.
In light of the book's overwhelming sales, a Harper Collins spokesperson said they have decided to increase its printing to 2.8 million copies, more than a million more than the initial order.
Palin's book sold more than 700,000 copies in the first week alone, 100,000 more than Hillary Clinton's 2003 memoir "Living History" sold in the same timeframe. "Going Rogue" also well outpaces President Barack Obama's 2006 book "Audacity of Hope," which sold less than 100,000 in its first week.
But Palin falls short of former President Bill Clinton, whose 2004 memoir "My Life" sold 900,000 copies in week one.