The book of Daniel has been named by The Hill as one of the top 50 best-selling books of 2018, and its popularity is no surprise given that it was written by the man who coined the term “social media influencer.”

The book is also named as one the best-sellers in the 2018 book industry, and it’s also the bestselling book in the U.S. The Hill also gave the book the coveted title of “best book of 2018.”

It was written during the height of the 2016 presidential election season and was released just two days before President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

The book sold more than 1 million copies in just a week, and was the No. 2 bestselling book of 2017.

It’s been compared to the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford,” which was written in 1929 and published in 1935.

The title of the book is “How to Win Friends and Influence People.”

The Hill described Daniel as “a classic that has survived the tumultuous changes in American life and culture.”

Its influence on the 2016 election cycle, and the 2016 campaign itself, has been enormous.

While the book has been hailed as a blueprint for political organizing, its success in 2017 has been largely credited to its ability to inspire a “socially conscious” crowd of people.

Daniel was born in 1903, in a rural town in Georgia.

His parents divorced when he was 6, and he went to live with his grandparents in nearby Atlanta, where he attended the University of Georgia.

After graduating in 1947, Daniel enrolled at the University in Nashville.

He enrolled in political science, and later studied political economy at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

He was awarded a master’s degree in political economy in 1953, and went on to receive a PhD in political theory from Columbia University in 1955.

In 1960, he became the first black member of the faculty of the University.

In 1968, he served as an assistant professor in political sociology at Vanderbilt University, and then, in 1972, he was appointed as professor of political science at Vanderbilt.

In 1979, Daniel was named to the faculty at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the State University of New York at Buffalo.

He left Vanderbilt in 1981 to work for the U of T Scarborough Institute of Advanced Study in Canada, and returned to Nashville to teach political science in 1993.

Daniel has been a professor of politics at the university since 2005.

He is also the author of “How To Win Friends And Influence People,” a collection of essays that was published in 2011.

In 2010, Daniel co-authored the book, “A New Political Economy: An Inquiry into the Politics of Everyday Life,” with his colleague, John R. Monahan.

That book also won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Best Book.