Well, he achieves his prolific authorship thanks to his invention - and patenting - of a machine which writes books, creating them from internet and database searches in order to eliminate or substantially reduce "the costs associated with human labour, such as authors, editors, graphic artists, data analysts, translators, distributors and marketing personnel". Wow! That's great!
"I think it's slightly controversial as it was written by a computer, but given the number of celebrity memoirs out there that are ghostwritten, I don't think it's too strange." ~ The Bookseller magazine
There are book vending machines, but book writing machine .....? It's still pretty odd to me.
Anyway, it would be drop dead nice if the writing machine looks like one of these prestigious steampunk laptops and keyboards created by Richard Nagy (aka Datamancer) .