Hunter Biden has revealed that he is considering writing a sequel to his autobiography, despite the heavily-promoted book only selling 10,600 copies in its first week.
Biden's memoir, Beautiful Things, went on sale on April 6, with the 51-year-old paid what some believe could be a $2 million advance.
Despite a media blitz, with appearances on CBS, Jimmy Kimmel, CNN and the BBC, the book was not a hit - ranking 12th in its first week in the non-fiction hardcover list category.
Yet Biden said he was considering a sequel.
Speaking to The Telegraph's Bryony Gordon, for the Mad World podcast, Biden was asked about how his wife Melissa Cohen, a South African filmmaker, had saved him.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Hunter Biden is pictured with his wife Melissa, a South African film maker
Hunter and Melissa (left), with baby Beau, and Hunter's father Joe Biden on March 26
Biden met Cohen in Los Angeles in May 2019, and told her he was a crack addict. She replied that he wasn't any more, and then took him home to get him clean.
'That's book two,' he said.
'That's where the book ends, but the one thing I really do feel almost an obligation to speak about or write about in the future is where the real hard work begins.'
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'I got incredibly lucky,' Biden said.
'I grabbed hold in that instant, in that chance, in that moment of a life raft, of someone to save me.
'The real hard work - not just for the addict, but even more the person who is caring for them.'
Biden said that Cohen confiscated his wallet, car keys and even his clothes so he could not escape and buy drugs.
He said he was incredibly grateful to her for doing so.
'You had to have someone there who was willing to make sure 24/7 you would not give in to those urges,' he said.
'That was a full-time job, and I'm forever grateful that she was willing to do that hard work.'
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Biden told Gordon that he was in a very good place mentally,