GalleyCat Self-Published Bestsellers List

GalleyCat recently started putting together a list of bestselling self-published authors, they compiled lists of the top eBooks in three major marketplaces for self-published digital books: Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Smashwords.

They will be updating the lists every week, tracking how writers perform inside these booming marketplaces. CLICK HERE to read more.

Amazon Self-Published Bestsellers for Week of June 11, 2012

1. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
2. Easy by Tammara Webber
3. Weekends Required by Sydney Landon
4. Whispers from the Ashes by Patricia Hester
5. Not Planning on You by Sydney Landon
6. Big Girls Don’t Cry by Taylor Lee
7. Trial Junkies by Robert Gregory Browne
8. Lord of Vengeance by Lara Adrian
9. Wool Omnibus Edition by Hugh Howey
10. The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted by Andrew E. Kaufman

Barnes & Noble Self-Published eBook Bestsellers for Week of June 11, 2012

1. Summer Secrets by Barbara Freethy
2. Take Me by Locklyn Marx
3. A Month at the Shore by Antoinette Stockenberg
4. Awakening by Karice Bolton
5. All She Ever Wanted by Barbara Freethy
6. Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
7. Five Days in Summer by Katia Lief
8. Easy by Tammara Webber
9. Season for Love by Marie Force
10. A Charmed Place Antoinette Stockenberg

Smashwords eBook Bestsellers for Week of June 11, 2012

1. Motorcycle Man by Kristen Ashley
2. The Fifth Man by Randy Ingermanson
3. Wisdom by Amanda Hocking
4. Oxygen by Randy Ingermanson
5. Endless Magic by Rachel Higginson
6. On Demon Wings by Karina Halle
7. Settling the Account by Shayne Parkinson
8. The Wetherby Brides Bundle by Jerrica Knight-Catania
9. Perfect Day by Josh Lanyon
10. Conspiracy by Lindsay Buroker

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1 comment:

Brasil said...

I read and really enjoyed Thoughtless. With this book, Effortless, I found myself skipping whole paragraphs a lot. I disagree that this book is better than the first. Maybe it's because I am now in my thirties, and have been been with and married to my husband for over 11 years, but the CRAZY passion and I-want-to-rip-your-clothes-off-every-time-I-see you sentiments that are expressed in this book OVER and OVER just are too far-fetched for me. If younger, impressionable minds are reading this book, I think they are in for some disappointment for what REAL relationships are like. It is mentioned a couple of times that the sex isn't the only thing that matters between Kellan and Kiera, but ya could have fooled me. I seems like 90% of the book is based on their sex life. I get that they love each other and can feel that element there, but still...much of it has to do with the physical part of love, and anyone who has been in a real, lasting relationship knows that that is only one important one, but not the only one.