January Bestsellers

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January sales were the best ever: thank you! We just sneaked past December sales in the last few days of the month: what a way to start the year.

Lord of the White Hell Book Two

Looking at our bestseller chart, 2011 might indeed be the year of Ginn Hale. In January Lord of the White Hell Book One was #1. Today we released Lord of the White Hell Book Two and it will be hard to beat. Next month we’re launching her most ambitious and compulsively readable project yet: The Rifter. It’s a ten-part serialized novel and the first episode, The Shattered Gates, will be published on March 8, 2011. Episodes will be $3.99, subscriptions will be available from next week for $29.95.

Lightspeed Magazine eSubscription debuted at number two on the list. It’s very popular with readers. The February issue just came out and was sent to subscribers and now appears in subscribers My Libraries (all that despite my best efforts to mess it up, sorry!).

It makes a lot of sense that the A Working Writer’s Daily Planner 2011 hit the chart—the print edition has been flying off the shelves, too. And I’m very happy to see Small Beer’s latest title, Kelley Eskridge’s Solitaire jump round out the top 5 in its month of publication. It’s a great SF thriller with big ideas (and a Big Idea) and fantastic characters.

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January

  1. Lord of the White Hell Book One, Ginn Hale
  2. Lightspeed Magazine Annual Ebook Subscription
  3. Wicked Gentlemen, Ginn Hale
  4. A Working Writer’s Daily Planner 2011
  5. Solitaire, Kelley Eskridge

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