Brené Brown’s Daring Greatly has passed the 500,000 in print milestone (hardcover and eBook formats combined),  it was announced this week by Gotham Books. The hit #1 on The New York Times Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous list in its second week on sale (10/7/12), returned to #1 on the same list nearly a year later (10/6/13), and has been on the list 10 weeks thus far in 2014.  Brené Brown’s powerful vision of how to embrace vulnerability and imperfection, live wholeheartedly, and courageously engage in our lives has recorded a staggering 48 total weeks on the New York Times bestseller list (and counting!). Daring Greatly sales show no signs of slowing down. Alongside Daring Greatly’s continued performance, Gotham has just unveiled a beautifully repackaged paperback edition of Brené Brown’s first book, I Thought It Was Just Me (But it Isn’t). With a new cover design that echoes the Daring Greatly jacket, this liberating study on how our imperfections are what connect us to one another and to our humanity is sure to keep selling consistently for a long time to come. Read an excerpt from Daring Greatly