Michelle Obama can now add best-selling author to her resume.
The former First Lady's memoir Becoming sold more than 1.4 million print and digital copies in the United States and Canada since it hit the shelves on November 13.
Becoming is one of 2018's biggest debuts.
When it comes to other memoirs from former First Ladies, Obama surpassed Hillary Clinton's 2003 book Living History which sold approximately 600,000 copies in its first week.
On the international front, Obama's memoir is sitting in the number one spot for nonfiction in the United Kingdom, France, Holland, Spain, Denmark, Finland, and Germany — where 200,000 copies have been sold which has prompted another printing of 100,000 copies.
The memoir, which has gotten positive reviews, follows Obama's journey from a child growing up in the South Side of Chicago to her time as First Lady.