USA Today Self-Published Best-Seller List Ending 8-25-13 by Darla Luke

This my last USA Today list here at See Jane Publish. I’m not closing the door to possibly highjacking the blog returning as a guest blogger (never say never!). It’s a bitter-sweet moment, as one chapter closes and another opens.

On a brighter note, Rose City Romance Writer’s member Elisabeth Naughton has returned to the USA Today Best-Seller list with a new anthology, Wicked Firsts. Sounds like a great read by six indie authors. Congrats to Elisabeth & company!!

Here are the self-published books made the USA Today Top 150 Best-Selling Books list through the week ending Sunday 8-25-13*:

Wicked Firsts by Elisabeth Naughton, Alexandra Ivy, Cynthia Eden, Laura Wright, Katie Reus & Joan Swan (The Indie Six). This week #7 (last week, not on the list) $0.99

Ruin by Rachel Van Dyken (Self-published via Kindle Direct Publishing). This week #30 (last week #127) $2.99

Freefall by Tess Oliver (Self-published via Kindle Direct Publishing). This week #47 (last week #61) $0.99

Locked by Maya Cross (Self-published via Nook Press). This week #58 (last week, not on the list) $0.99

Raising Ryann by Alyssa Rae Taylor (Self-published via Kindle Direct Publishing). This week #67 (last week #99) $2.99

The Billionaire’s Obsession by J.S. Scott (Self-published via Amazon Digital Services). This week #73 (last week #71) $4.99

Lockout by Maya Cross (Self-published via Nook Press). This week #105 (last week, not on the list) $2.99

Pulse by Gayle McHugh (Self-published via Kindle Direct Publishing). This week #149 (last week #98) $3.99

*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 August 30, 2013, in General and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Yay, Elizabeth and company!

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