PRLog - Dec. 7, 2012 - MECHANICSBURG, Pa. -- Mechanicsburg, PA - "Beagle Tales 3", Bob Ford's third installment in his series of homespun humor involving his beloved dogs was #1 in print thanks to author events and his appearance at the Sunbury Press store. His first volume rode the coattails to #9 in eBooks. Carrie Nyman's "Why Aren't You Sweet Like Me?" led all eBooks thanks to a Veteran's Day promotion. Preston Nuttal's "The Amish Rebel" was #2 in print thanks to author events. Carol Vento's "The Hidden Legacy of World War 2," a biography of her famous father Arthur Dutch Schultz, ranked #2 in eBooks, thanks to a Veteran's Day promotion. "Winged Manor," Cheryl Tall's art book, was #3 in print thanks to author events. Thomas Malafarina's "Malafarina Maleficarum Volume One" was #3 in eBooks thanks to Kindle promotions.
Beagle Tales 3 by Bob Ford
Farrell & Farley's "Keystone Tombstones Volume Two" continued to be a local favorite, ranking #4 in print and was the #1 seller at the Sunbury Press store. Sid Davis's western novel "Ambush in Dry Bone Gulch" ranked #4 in eBooks thanks to Kindle promotions.
Margaret Meacham's two novels "The Ghosts of Laurelford", a young-adult paranormal mystery, and "The Survival of Sarah Landing", a mystery novel set on Maryland's east shore, ranked 5th and 6th in print, respectively, thanks to author events and advance sales.
Jackson Holiday's humorous "Bad Advice" ranked 5th in eBooks thanks to Kindle download promotions.
Mike Campbell's "Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last" ranked 6th in eBooks and 8th in print thanks to steady media attention.
Sue Dahlgren Daigneault's biography about her famous father, WW2 hero Ed Dahlgren, debuted at #7 in print
Madelyn Killion's debut novella, "At the End of the Day", about a postman who noses into everyone's business, debuted at #7 in eBooks and #9 in print.
"Hour 30" by Brandon Musgrave, recounting the travails of a med school student, ranked 8th in eBooks. 10th place in print was grabbed by "Frankie Tweets", Trisha Hoving's whimsical photos and comments by her bulldog. "Murder in the 7th Calvary" by Robert Broomall hung onto the 10th spot in eBooks.
Following are the top overall print sellers by category:
History / Memoir - "Keystone Tombstones Volume 2" by Joe Farrell and Joe Farley
Fiction - "The Amish Rebel" by Preston Nuttall
Horror/Mystery - "The Survival of Sarah Landing" by Margaret Meacham
Poetry - "Roadman" by Stefan May
Children/YA - "The Ghosts of Laurelford" by Margaret Meacham
The Arts - "Winged Manor" by Trisha Hoving
Self-Help - "Linnea's Kitchen" by Linnea Jepson
Christian - "Beagle Tales 3" by Bob Ford
Metaphysical - "Messages from Beyond" by Michele Livingston
Reference - "Education Behind Bars" by Chris Zoukis
The company released nine new titles during the month of November:
"Flying Courage" by Amanda Brown
"Sipping Whiskey in a Shallow Grave" by Mark Mitten
"Beagle Tales 3" by Bob Ford
"In the Shadow of a Mountain" by Susan Dahlgren Daigneault
"Linnea's Kitchen" by Linnea Jepson
"The Ghosts of Laurelford" by Margaret Meacham
"The Survival of Sarah Landing" by Margaret Meacham
"A Deeper Sense of Loyalty" by C James Gilbert
"There is Something About Rough & Ready" by Lawrence Knorr, et al
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