This Week's IndieReader Bestsellers


Familiar faces top this week's IndieReader Top 10 Indie Bestsellers list. Samantha Young's On Dublin Street climbs one position from last week to land the number one spot. Young's novel follows Jocelyn Butler as she moves to Scotland to recover from a tragic past. But will the process be helped or hindered by the arrival of her new roommate's dead sexy older brother? Only time will tell. Trivia buffs will be delighted with the release of Guinness World Records 2013, this week's number two, in which they'll find all matter of information. Finally, in the third slot, Kelly Favor's erotic novel, His Every Touch. The book, the eighth installment of Favor's For His Pleasure series, introduces Kallie Young, who enters into a sexual contract with bad boy Hunter Reardon. But as their nights grow steamier, Kallie must try to balance her own needs with Hunter's—even as she discovers something lurking in his past that may alter their relationship forever.

IndieReader's Top 10 Indie list is updated every week, using sources including Amazon, the New York Times, B& and USA Today to determine what books make the cut. Check out the rest of this week's, and every week's, Indie bestsellers to see what's hot in Indie and self-publishing on their bestseller list.ow, a complete upset this week in IndieReader's bestsellers top 10 list.

And be sure to check out our writing and publishing series this week with Barbra Annino and C.M. Wendelboe.


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