A guy tweeted he’ll write a “Donald Trump sex novel” and it was published by Amazon

Donald Trump sex escapades book
via Twitter (@aguywithnolife)

Elijah Daniel (@aguywithnolife) had an idea yesterday and decided to tweet using the widely popular way to have a monologue on Twitter: By threading his tweets. He decided to “write an entire Donald Trump sex novel like 50 shades of grey & put it on Amazon.”

His inspiration was from an article he saw on an article he saw on the Huffington Post .

Now for character development: He decided to use Twitter polls to ask his followers of how the character should meet Trump: People responded by casting 3,927 votes where 51% voted that the character should meet as a hotel bell boy.

He then went on to give the title of the book, which he named Trump Temptation: The Billionaire & The Bellboy. Afterwards, Elijah created the cover of the book which is a photoshopped photo of a random bellboy, Donald Trump juxtaposed in what it looks like a hotel room.

Within the day, he was done with the book and jokingly submitted the book to Amazon.

No surprise, Amazon actually accepted his submission and they gave him a notice that he will receive a confirmation email if his book goes live on the store.

A short while later, he tweeted with actual surprise that his idea materialized that the book was now live on Amazon

When you click the link to the book on the Amazon Store, it is only available on Kindle and with a rather low $1.99 price tag. This is due to the fact that it is only 10 pages long. What is surprising is that out of 37 customer reviews, it has a rating of 4.9 out of 5 stars which is rather insane and sure enough, the reviews are actually positive. Two hours ago, he tweeted that the book had jumped 3000 spots on the charts in an hour, which is insane if you think about it!

Elijah Daniel is not stopping right there, he said that if the book reaches Amazon’s best seller list, he’ll make it a full trilogy.

Clearly Elijah took advantage of the election mood that is currently in the United States and Donald Trump’s controversial campaign. Will this incident make you want to write a book, either short or long and submit to Amazon?