As he waits to see if he will be picked as Mitt Romney's running mate, Sen. Marco Rubio is doing great as an author.
Rubio's memoir: "An American Son" showed up at number ten on the New York Times nonfiction best sellers list this week.
The Times blurb calls it: "A memoir by the Florida senator, the Miami-born child of Cuban exiles.
Top ten is an impressive start for Rubio, whose book ranks ahead of notable names like Steve Jobs and Joan Rivers.
"The Amateur" by journalist Edward Klein, which chronicles President Obama's presidency, sits atop the prestigious list.