Updated: 03/14/2017 04:13 PM | First Published: 03/14/2017 04:08 PM

Ann Coulter's controversial books helped her acquire a huge net worth

Author Ann Coulter at Books and Books store in Coral Gables.

Television and radios were not the only platforms from which Ann Coulter introduced her bombastic nature to the world. A successful author, Coulter made her voices heard through her book. Till date, the prominent media personality has released a total of 12 best-selling books. Her journey as an author began in 1998 with High Crimes and Misdemeanours: The Case Against Bill Clinton. 

The Book was published be Regnery Publishing's and upon its release, it made the New York Bestsellers List. The book talked in detailed about Bill Clinton's various controversies, most notably his womanizing habits. 

Inclined to write since her early days, Coulter delivered her second book in 2002 titled Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right. The book was published by Crown Forum and it was Coulter's first book to reach number one spot in New York Times non fiction best seller list. 

In her second venture as an author, she talks about the unnecessary coverage that 43rd president George W Bush got in his time as the United States President. Her book created a buzz in the American media which later resulted in Coulter's book receiving several criticisms, including one from current Minnesota U.S Senator Al Franken. Coulter later responded all her critics via her column Answering my Critics

Adios America: The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country Into a Third World Hellhole and In Trump, We Trust: E Pluribus Awsome! are the two recent books that Coulter has published. Apart from these, her 2012 release Mugged: Racial Demagoguery From the Seventies to Obama are some of her best-selling books.

Besides the books, she has also contributed as a columnist for several websites. She began writing columns in the late 90's and has her article published in Human Events Online, Townhall.com, VDARE, WorldNetDaily, Jewish World Review and FrontPageMag.

Renowned for her sarcastic writings, Coulter had a hard time with many of her associates, but she also collected several fans because of her writings. Speaking about it the media personality says "Ann's client newspaper stick with her because she has a loyal fan base of conservative readers who look forward to reading her column in their local newspaper". 

In her time as a columnist, she has worked for various leading magazines including the likes of  US Today, George Magazine and National Review Online. Her way of writing helped her proclaim fame but it also helped landed her in various controversies. 

Speaking about the good and the bad aspects of the prominent writer The Augusta Chronicle editor Micheal Ryan said "it came to the point where she was the issues rather than what she was writing about. Pulling Ann Coulter's column hurts; she is one of the clearest thinkers around". 

Her career may have been controversial, but it has helped her earn success and popularity. The prominent television personality. till date, has garnered a total of 1.43 million followers on twitter and has acquired an estimated net worth of around 8.5 million dollars.