Amy Schumer has sold a memoir for somewhere between $8-10 million, which is so much money that even the range of money it could be is a huge amount of money.

According to Entertainment Weekly, Schumer's book basically made everyone in publishing lose their goddamn minds.

The auction for the recent Emmy winner and Entertainment Weekly cover star’s book concluded last Friday, with the winning bid falling between $8-10 million, a source confirms to EW. (That’s even more than we estimated last June.) Schumer’s agent, David Kuhn, had been circulating the proposal widely across Manhattan publishing houses. Editors had to offer a bid on the book to even get a meeting with Schumer.

Sources: Entertainment Weekly | Publisher's Weekly