IndieReader Top 10 Bestsellers


Wow, this week sees some major action shifting over the IndieReader's Top 10 Indie Bestsellers list. Colleen Hoover, who was No. 1 and 2 last week, falls off the list to welcome a new No. 1 book: Sydney Landon's Weekends Required, about a sexy office assistant and her boss, sexy hijincks ensue. The second spot goes to Kelly Favor's For His Trust, another powerful, gripping tale of love, and Abbi Glines' While It Lasts, about an aspiring baseball player baling hay for the summer with a saucy farm lady (yes, we're not making this up), taking the No. 3 slot. Romance is ruling in Indieland.

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 check out our writing and publishing series this week with Noah benShea and Dean Wesley Smith.


Jonathan Evison: The Bestselling Author on ‘How I Did It’
I'm a failure at heart. How do I know? I actually miss walking to my mailbox and collecting form rejections. I miss those late nights at Kinko's collating stories. I miss licking all those envelopes, sending out all those packages. I've always enjoyed the busy work of being a writer. The networking, the mailing, the due diligence ...
Barbara Freethy: The Self-Publishing Bestseller on 'How I Did It'
Many people ask why I would want to self-publish when I’ve had a successful career in traditional publishing. The answer: money and control. Let’s start with the money. Back in January 2011, I was struggling with the college debt my children had incurred over the previous five years. Several “glitches” prevented readers from finding my latest traditionally published book in ...
Dean Wesley Smith: The Self-Publishing Bestseller on ‘How I Did It’
For me, the simple realization that books don’t spoil spurred my entry into the new world of publishing. It would seem a logical thing, considering that I collect rare books. Plus, my wife, writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch, and I have a house full of books we’ve written. These books sat on the shelves just fine, never once emitting a foul ...