WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo explained the lackluster sales of his book "All Things Possible" during a meeting with reporters in Albany on Thursday, according to the New York State of Politics.
Cuomo, a New Castle resident, claimed the poor sales numbers are due in part to him releasing a book while he was busy campaigning and because an extended hospitalization of his father, Mario Cuomo, kept him close to home, New York State of Politics said.
To date, Cuomo has only done one book signing in New York City but has worked to promote the biography on television, New York State of Politics reported.
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