Milestone … by Darla Luke

This post marks my 50th here on See Jane Publish! That means in 2 weeks it will be my 1 year anniversary of bringing the USA Today Top Self-Published Books to SJP subscribers and those of you who stumble across our humble blog accidentally.

Wow, I can’t believe it’s been that long since I hi-jacked the Friday slot! It’s been a great ride, connecting with you … especially those of you who comment regularly – you know who you are! – letting me know I’m not whistling in the dark, keeping myself entertained each week.

If you haven’t commented on my post, please take a moment and let me know you’re out there, reading this list – even if it hasn’t changed your life or your reading habits :-).

Here are the self-published books that made the USA Today Top 150 Best-Selling Books list through the week ending Sunday 6-2-13*:

Don’t Say A Word by Barbara Freethy (Self-published via Amazon Digital Services). This week #32 (last week #10) $0.99

Relentless by Leo Cassie (Self-published via CreateSpace). This week #92 (last week #55) $9.99

Beauty From Pain by GeorgiaCates (Self-published via Amazon Digital Services). This week #103 (last week #211) $3.99

The Billionaire’s Obsession by J. S. Scott (Self-published via Amazon Digital Services). This week #105 (last week #118) $4.99

The Bet by Rachel VanDyken (Self-published via Amazon Digital Services). This week #115 (last week #56) $0.99

*I’m human and make mistakes (a shock to my friends, I’m sure!). If there’s a book on this week’s list that I missed, please let me know. If I misspelled/mistyped an author’s name or book title, I’m extremely sorry.

Darla Luke

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About Darla Luke

Darla Luke spent her childhood making up stories in her head, when she wasn't devouring every book she could get her hands on. If someone would have told her she'd be a writer when she grew up, she would have laughed herself silly. Now, writing is her passion, and she loves telling stories (especially ghost stories) and believes they all should have a happy ending.

Posted on June 7, 2013, in General and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I absolutely love I don’t have to go far to find the list and those Indie authors who’ve made it. I’ve found some authors I love I might not have found otherwise – the days are just too crowded. Thank you for that!.


  2. Wow 50 posts. That’s amazing! I have truly appreciated your bestseller lists and your writings regarding your own publishing journey.


  3. Thanks, Sarge1970! Good to know we give hope!


  4. I read every one of your “See Jane….” Yoou give me hope that when my WIP is complete there is a way to publish w/o agents etc.


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