There's been a shakeup at the top of this week's IndieReader Top 10 Indie Bestsellers list, with a newcomer Kelly Favor making her debut at the head of the class. In Favor's For His Forever, a young couple's idyllic life in the Hamptons is threatened by the arrival of a mysterious woman. Up five slots from last week is Gemma Halliday's High Heel Mysteries Box Set, a collection of five novels featuring fashion designer turned super sleuth Maddie Springer. Rounding out the top three is Easy by Tammara Webber, in which a young woman follows her boyfriend to college. The only problem? He dumps her soon after they've arrive on campus. Ouch.
IndieReader's Top 10 Indie list is updated every week, using sources including Amazon, the New York Times, B&N.com 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 recent installments of our writing and publishing series this week with Jamie McGuire and Sarah Wendell.
Melissa Foster: The Self-Published Author on 'How I Did It'
September 12, 2012
Raising six children doesn’t leave much time for writing. I spent over 10 years taking notes between sports team practices, nap times and diaper changes—all the while knowing that when our youngest son, Jake, went to kindergarten, I would finally have time to write. The day Jake stepped onto the school bus, I headed for my keyboard and have never ...
IndieReader's Top 10 Indie Bestsellers
Recall those hot and steamy summer nights with the trio of romances claiming the top three spots this week on IndieReader's Top 10 Indie Bestsellers
list. Leading the pack, M. Leighton's The Wild Ones
, in which Southern deb Cami Hines is as precious to her father as the thoroughbred horses he raises. Readers will be champing at the ...
Jamie McGuire: The Best-Selling Author on 'How I Did It'
September 5, 2012
I didn’t want to be a writer; growing up in a small farm community in rural Oklahoma, it never occurred to me that I could. Writing was for intellectuals, Ivy League graduates—not me. I dreamed of being a famous singer, a pet adoption agency owner or a marine biologist who rocked a wet suit at Sea World.
The day I ...