Linda Schwab and Todd Mealy’s “Displaced” is the Sunbury Press bestseller for February

Linda Schwab and Todd Mealy’s “Displaced” is the Sunbury Press bestseller for February

SUNBURY PRESS / DISTELFINK PRESS / OXFORD SOUTHERN – Bestsellers for February 2020 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 1 Displaced Linda Schwab Holocaust Memoir
2 10 I Made a Short Film Now WTF Do I Do With It? Clarissa Jacobson Self-Help
3 8 Surviving: A Kent State Memoir Paula Tucker Memoir
4 Embattled Freedom Jim Remsen History
5 Baseball Under the Palms Sam Zygner Baseball
6 5 The Last Ride of the Iron Horse Dan Joseph Baseball
7 NEW The Blood Letter Helga Rist Memoir
8 24 The Life and Loves of Thaddeus Stevens Mark Singel History
9 26 The Foreman’s Boys William Marcum History
10 16 The Journalist Oxana Lapchuk Holocaust Memoir
11 As the Paint Dries Carrie Wissler-Thomas History
12 7 Cruel Death, Heartless Aftermath Barbara Mancini Memoir
13 NEW Golden Beauty Boss Cheryl Brooks Biography
14 20 Gods, Philosophers, and Scientists Scott Hendrix Science
15 NEW What to Do About Mama? 2 ed Barbara Matthews Self-Help
16 1780: Year of Revenge John L. Moore History
17 29 Raising Monarchs Sue Fox McGovern Nature
18 11 Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, 2nd Ed. Mike Campbell History
19 Scorched Earth: General Sullivan and the Senecas John L. Moore History
20 23 Collission Course William Cook Basketball
21 Prohibition’s Prince Guy Graybill Biography
22 In the Company of Patriots Virginia Brackett Biography
23 American Citizen Benjamin Myers Biography
24 Pioneers, Prisoners, and Peacepipes John L. Moore History
25 6 What Springs of Rain Lindsay Lough Nature
26 Settlers, Soldiers, and Scalps John L. Moore History
27 Forts, Forests, and Flintlocks John L. Moore History
28 15 Dead Center Jason Altmire Politics
29 Rivers, Raiders, and Renegades John L. Moore History
30 Traders, Travelers, and Tomahawks John L. Moore History

Displaced: A Holocaust Memoir and the Road to a New Beginning

Displaced is Linda Schwab’s Holocaust memoir, a retelling of her experience surviving 18 months in a man-made cave, another year as an exile in Poland and Germany, and three years as a refugee in a displaced persons camp. Just six years old when a band of Nazi soldiers arrived in her tiny shtetl in Myadel, Poland, Linda observed atrocities no child ever needs to witness. With her parents and two brothers, during the summer of 1942, Linda was forcibly relocated into a ghetto where most of the Jewish men were led to the nearby forest and killed in a pogrom. After the massacre, Linda escaped with her family into the Ponar Forest, but only after evading Polish nationals and Nazis that patrolled Poland’s countryside. Deep in the woods, Linda’s family lived in a cave. They survived brutal winters, eluded partisan fighters that might force Linda’s father to leave the family, and remained out of sight from Nazis and Polish police, who at one point, came only feet from their dugout.
Written with historian Todd M. Mealy during a time when Holocaust deniers aim to rehabilitate the Nazi ideology and as roughly 400,000 survivors remain with us, Displaced presents Schwab’s singular voice. Her narrative will help maintain—if not bolster—Holocaust knowledge, as her story of surviving the Polish wilderness during WWII and in a Displaced Persons Camp after the war is unique from most accounts. Displaced will inspire the rest of us to confront hatred in its many forms.
by Linda Schwab and Todd M. Mealy, Ph.D.
SUNBURY PRESS
Trade paperback – 6 x 9 x .8
9781620063866
128 Pages
HISTORY / Holocaust
HISTORY / Jewish
HISTORY / Europe / Eastern
Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz’s “The Weathermaker” repeats as Milford House Press bestseller for February

Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz’s “The Weathermaker” repeats as Milford House Press bestseller for February

MILFORD HOUSE PRESS  – Bestsellers for February 2020  (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 1 The Weathermaker Glenn Schwartz Climate Fiction
2 13 The Ghosts of Saratoga Ossont & Dampf Historical YA
3 15 Miss Feezenschneezen Is Ill David Parmalee YA
4 3 Secrets of the Galapagos Sharon Marchisello Murder Mystery
5 NEW Deadly Roses Scott Stevens Crime Thriller
6 NEW The Eye of the Gargoyle Wendy Webb Murder Mystery
7 10 The Road to Lattimer Virginia Rafferty Historical
8 The Peacekepper Jess Steven Hughes Historical
9 Winter of the Metal People Dennis Herrick Historical
10 9 The Vatican’s Vault Barry Libin Murder Mystery
11 NEW Twister Town Scott Stevens Climate Fiction
12 NEW Voyage to the Planet of the Giant Bugs Wil Falconer Science Fiction
13 Eden Waits Maryka Biaggio Historical
14 The Wolf of Britannia Part II Jess Steven Hughes Historical
15 NEW Murder at Henry’s Fork Peter Gibbs Murder Mystery

His father warned him not to do it. Neil Stephenson can control the weather—but should he? He is already a rising star TV meteorologist in Baltimore. During a snowstorm that isn’t producing as much snow as predicted, Neil discovers his gift: he can make the snow increase or decrease and make it start or stop raining.

The latest science shows that extreme weather has increased in frequency and severity due to climate change. Being able to prevent some of those disasters sounds great, but… weakening one hurricane in the Atlantic could strengthen a typhoon in the Pacific. Preventing floods in one country might lead to drought next door (“They stole our rain!”).

Neil is torn between preventing disasters that save the insurance industry billions and saving lives from drought in Africa. The most famous actress in Hollywood seduces him so he will do the latter. The military and organized crime want to use him, too. He becomes a national hero to many. On the other hand, lawsuits, criminal charges, and even death threats follow his actions.

The Weathermaker is a “cli-fi” genre-bending thriller, with the action aspects of Twister. It shows the tragic aspects of climate change (like The Day After Tomorrow) and “the cure is worse than the disease” (Snowpiercer). There is also evidence that controlling nature can lead to disaster (Jurassic Park). The added bonus is that the author is a meteorologist, and the science is accurate. Plus, 40 years on TV has given him lots of “inside TV news” stories.

What Others Are Saying:

Science doesn’t only belong in conferences and textbooks. It needs to be accessible to the public. The climate and extreme weather affect almost every aspect of our lives, yet the only scientist that many people encounter daily is their favorite TV meteorologists. Meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz is a respected and acclaimed scientist and communicator that has offered up a fascinating fictional narrative anchored in science. It is sneaky, effective and entertaining way to share weather and climate science to the masses. — Dr. Marshall Shepherd; Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and Geography; Director, UGA Atmospheric Sciences Program; Full Professor, Department of Geography

The Weathermaker is both a cli-fi thriller and a who-dun-it, written by a professional TV meteorologist. In this age of eco-anxiety over floods, droughts and hurricanes, this novel is both a grippping read and an entertaining wake up call. — Dan Bloom, editor, The Cli-Fi Report

Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz gives us that true rarity in fiction: an entertaining story that also has great meteorology. Tornadoes, droughts, hurricanes, winter storms, and how climate change may be affecting them are all featured as the hero meteorologist travels the world. And the Hurricane Hunters should definitely not repeat the type of hurricane flight featured in The Weathermaker! — Dr. Jeff Masters, former Hurricane Hunter, co-founder of Weather Underground, and extreme weather and climate change writer for Scientific American

People are fascinated by meteorological phenomena, and Hurricane Schwartz has taken explaining extreme weather to another level. The Weathermaker is not just a page-turner, it showcases the ability of a science communicator to help people connect the dots. — John Morales, CBM, CCM, AMS Fellow Chief Meteorologist, WTVJ NBC 6, Miami, @JohnMoralesNBC6

It has been said that “Everybody complains about the weather, but nobody does anything about it”. In The Weathermaker, however, Philadelphia’s legendary TV Meteorologist Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz spins an entertaining yarn about a meteorologist who does indeed do something about the weather. And in the process, Schwartz tells a cautionary tale about the threats posed both by human-caused climate change and perilous “geoengineering” quick fixes that have been proposed to deal with it. — Michael E. Mann, Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science, Penn State University and author of The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial is Destroying the Planet, Ruining our Politics, and Driving us Crazy

The popular meme that truth is stranger than fiction often holds true. But in the increasingly strange world of long-term climate change and every-day weather — and especially in the words of a masterful practitioner and communicator of both — one can only hope that “Hurricane” Schwartrz’s story-telling remains just that: engrossing and creative fictiion, with a clarity and sense of purpose that sucks the reader in with tornadic zest. If his Weathermakers really come to be, we’ll all be in for far more than just stormy days ahead, but at least this wizened Philadelphia weathercaster will have given us a few needed laughs along the way. — Bud Ward, veteran journalist and Editor, Yale Climate Connections

About the Author:

Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist, doing the weather on TV for 40 years of his 47-year career. His specialty has been in forecasting and severe weather, especially hurricanes. He co-authored the award-winning “Philadelphia Area Weather Book” in 2002 and was inducted into the Philadelphia Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame in 2010.

He graduated from Penn State University with a B.S. in Meteorology in 1972. His first forecasting job was at AccuWeather. From there, he went to the National Weather Service at the National Hurricane Center, working with many internationally-recognized authorities. After transferring to the NWS office in Atlanta, his title became “Disaster Preparedness Meteorologist” for the state of Georgia.

Glenn was recruited into TV in 1979 after doing a live interview on WAGA-TV in Atlanta as Hurricane Frederick approached. He has also worked in several other TV stations around the country. He covered Hurricane Andrew on his first day at WINK-TV in Ft. Myers and returned to his hometown of Philadelphia in 1995 where he has been a widely-recognized on-air presence in commercial television for the past 24 years.

In 1985-86 he became the first “storm chaser” at The Weather Channel and was one of their designated “Hurricane Specialists.” He got his nickname in New York City after an anchor saw video of him being blown around during one of his hurricane chases. He lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with his wife, Sherry, and is a lifelong Philadelphia sports fanatic.

by Glenn Schwartz
MILFORD HOUSE PRESS
Trade Paperback – 6 x 9 x 1
9781620062586
194 Pages
FICTION / Action & Adventure
FICTION / Disaster
FICTION / Science Fiction / Apocalyptic & Post-Apocalyptic
Kyle Alexander Romines takes the top spot at Hellbender Books / Verboten Books for February with “Keeper of the Crows””

Kyle Alexander Romines takes the top spot at Hellbender Books / Verboten Books for February with “Keeper of the Crows””

HELLBENDER BOOKS  – Bestsellers for February 2020  (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 The Keeper of the Crows Kyle Alexander Romines Supernatural Thriller
2 1 Wolf Chris Fenwick Supernatural Thriller
3 2 When the Sky Goes Dark Oliver Seneca Techno Thriller
4 Malaformed Realities v1 Thomas Malafarina Horror Stories
5 Malaformed Realities v2 Thomas Malafarina Horror Stories

The Keeper of the Crows

No evil can remain buried forever, as disgraced journalist Thomas Brooks discovers when a wave of death grips the rural Kentucky town of Gray Hollow in terror.

Following a very public humiliation, Thomas is looking for a story to get him back on the map—and free of the small-town newspaper where he serves out his exile. The apparent murder of a stranger seems to be just what the opportunistic reporter needs until he discovers the death is merely the start of something bigger.

Also investigating the murder is Sheriff Jezebel Woods, who doesn’t approve of Thomas’s sensationalist intentions. Mounting deaths force the pair to set aside their differences to confront a force that threatens to destroy the entire town.

At the center of the mystery is the disappearance of a boy named Salem Alistair, who designed a series of grotesque scarecrows for his parents’ farm—scarecrows that are turning up at each subsequent crime scene. Thomas begins to doubt his uneasy alliance with the sheriff when he realizes Jezebel has her own secret history with Salem Alistair.

Thomas and Jezebel are completely unprepared to face the supernatural force at odds with Gray Hollow. As the killings continue, and the town slowly begins to yield its dark secrets, the truth will pit Thomas and Jezebel on a collision course with true evil.

About the Author:

Kyle Alexander Romines is a teller of tales from the hills of Kentucky. He enjoys good reads, thunderstorms, and anything edible. The Keeper of the Crows is his first published book. His writing interests include fantasy, science fiction, horror, and western.

Kyle’s lifelong love of books began with childhood bedtime stories and was fostered by his parents and teachers. He grew up reading Calvin and Hobbes, RL Stine’s Goosebumps series, and Harry Potter. His current list of favorites includes Justin Cronin’s The Passage, Hard Country by Michael McGarrity, and Red Rising by Pierce Brown. The library is his friend.

Kyle discovered a passion for writing after graduating high school, which resulted in the completion of three novel-length manuscripts before The Keeper of the Crows. These fledgling attempts at writing taught him a great deal, and since writing Keeper he has worked to continue honing his skills. He hopes to continue writing as long as he has stories to tell.

He is currently a medical student at the University of Louisville.

by Kyle Alexander Romines
HELLBENDER BOOKS
Trade Paperback – 5.5 x 8.5 x .7
9781620066461
284 Pages
Fiction / Thrillers / Supernatural
Michele Livingston’s “Messages from Beyond” is the Ars Metaphysica bestseller for February

Michele Livingston’s “Messages from Beyond” is the Ars Metaphysica bestseller for February

ARS METAPHYSICA  – Bestsellers for February 2020  (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 Messages from Beyond Michele Livingston Metaphysical
2 Living in the Afterlife Michele Livingston Metaphysical
3 1 Spritual Treasures Michele Livingston Metaphysical
4 2 Jesus the Phoenician Karim El Koussa Religious History
5 4 Der Lange Verborgene Freund J G Homan Powwow

Messages from Beyond: A Spiritual Guidebook
Would you like to manifest and attract what you want in your life? Would you like to learn more about your evolutionary soul  journey? Would you like to gain more in-depth knowledge about metaphysical concepts? For anyone who has asked themselves these questions, this spiritual guidebook is for you! Internationally renowned clairvoyant and visionary, Michele A. Livingston, has compiled valuable information she has gleaned over the past 20 years. Most of these insights were received from her angelic guides, whom she calls the “Light Beings.” The spiritual knowledge in “Messages from Beyond” will give you a new, enlightened perspective about yourself and the universe you inhabit.

Michele A. Livingston is a visionary counselor, artist, healer and author. She has given the world uplifting spiritual guidance through her consultations, seminars, radio and TV Appearances.

Click here to watch Michele Livingston talk about “Messages from Beyond”

Contents:

Introduction

Part I: Conscious Manifestation

  1. Attracting a Companion
  2. Targeting One’s Soul Purpose
  3. Magnetizing Abundance
  4. Protecting Oneself from Negativity
  5. Clearing Negative Energy from an Environment
  6. Bringing Angelic Energy into the Home
  7. Utilizing a Method to Reduce or Stop Smoking
  8. Using the “I Am” Technique
  9. Releasing Departed Loved Ones
  10. Helping Our Relatives and Friends to Cross Over
  11. Balancing Energy with Gold and Silver Jewelry
  12. Desiring Weight Loss

Part II: Advancement of the Spiritual Journey

  1. Cleansing the Aura
  2. The Exercise of Forgiveness
  3. The Power of Prayer and Meditation
  4. Doorways to the Spiritual World
  5. Information on the 11-11 Concept
  6. Messages from Automatic and Spontaneous Writing
  7. Vibrational Soul Color, Gemstone, Number and Symbol
  8. Astral Projection
  9. Awareness of Soul Memory
  10. Understanding the Past Life Review
  11. The After Death Experience
  12. Eradicating Psychic Attacks

Part III: Spiritual and Metaphysical Concepts

  1. Colors of the Chakra Points
  2. Souls Who Came to the Earth Plane from the Stars
  3. The Twelve Dimensions
  4. The Golden Screw Protection Technique
  5. Making Soul Agreements before Incarnating
  6. Miscarriages, Stillborns, Abortions and Premature Death
  7. Prayer for Conception or Adoption of a Child
  8. Seeing Spirits in the Formative Years
  9. Accidents, Murders, Suicides and Comas
  10. Animal Consciousness
  11. The Controversy of Homosexuality and Trans-gender (Sex Change)
  12. The Masculine and Feminine Elements of Nature
by Michele Livingston
ARS METAPHYSICA
Hardcover – 5.5 x 8.5 x .5
9781620063163
96 pages
BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Afterlife & Reincarnation
BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Channeling & Mediumship
BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Spiritualism
Matt Ritter’s “Rainwalkers” is the Brown Posey Press bestseller for February

Matt Ritter’s “Rainwalkers” is the Brown Posey Press bestseller for February

BROWN POSEY PRESS  – Bestsellers for February 2020  (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 4 Rainwalkers Matt Ritter Climate Fiction
2 5 The Reluctant RV Wife Gerri Almand Travel Memoir
3 3 The Indigo Scarf PJ Piccirillo Literary Fiction
4 1 Where the Tree Frogs Took Me Maia Williamson Travel Memoir
5 The Court of Vintage Woods Josh Penzone Literary Fiction

RAINWALKERS is a story set in the not-so-distant future in a crumbling version of John Steinbeck’s Salinas Valley, after the breakup of the United States. A once rich and prosperous agricultural land is now a war-torn nation-state known only as The Valley. To combat chronic droughts, scientists seeded clouds with genetically engineered bacteria that created regular rains but unintentionally made the rains lethal to humans. Anyone caught in the rain dies within seconds, yet there are rumors of people who survive… known as rainwalkers.

In a land of forced labor camps and waning oil fields, poverty-stricken agricultural communities support the metropolis of Salinas City and the authoritarian Valley Administration in their unending war against neighboring nations. In desperation, the Valley Administration intensifies their search for rainwalkers, who are believed to be powerful weapons in the border wars, by forcing children housed at Valley schools into the rain to be screened for resistance.

War hero Willie Taft lives a quiet agrarian life until the Administration abducts him and his wife, separating them from their daughter. Although his wife is killed during their escape, Willie continues his journey to rescue their daughter. He faces mortal challenges from the Administration military force, the sociopath bounty hunter on his trail, and the ever-present toxic rain. Time is running out as he fights his way through the Valley back to his daughter’s school before she is forcefully screened with other children in the deadly rain.

What Others Are Saying:

A terrific novel of climate change and genetic engineering; a first-rate cautionary read set against the backdrop of an all-too-probable future. — Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author of Hominids

About the Author:

MATT RITTER is a biology professor in San Luis Obispo, California. He is the author of several best-selling books of non-fiction about California’s natural history. His most recent book, California Plants, won the Northern California Bookseller’s Golden Poppy Award. As a professor, he helps young people cultivate their curiosity while learning more about the natural world.

by Matt Ritter
BROWN POSEY PRESS
Trade Paperback – 6 x 9 x 1
9781620060476
302 Pages
FICTION / Action & Adventure
FICTION / Dystopian
FICTION / Science Fiction / Apocalyptic & Post-Apocalyptic
Linda Schwab and Todd Mealy’s “Displaced” is the Sunbury Press bestseller for January

Linda Schwab and Todd Mealy’s “Displaced” is the Sunbury Press bestseller for January

SUNBURY PRESS / DISTELFINK PRESS / OXFORD SOUTHERN – Bestsellers for January 2020 (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 1 Displaced Linda Schwab Holocaust Memoir
2 17 Do You, Without Them Calvin Richardson Musical Memoir
3 Tulpehocken Trail Traces Steve Troutman History
4 My War and Welcome to It Tom Copeland Vietnam Memoir
5 2 The Last Ride of the Iron Horse Dan Joseph Baseball
6 22 What Springs of Rain Lindsay Lough Nature
7 4 Cruel Death, Heartless Aftermath Barbara Mancini Memoir
8 Surviving: A Kent State Memoir Paula Tucker Memoir
9 25 Wrestling with George Miles Richards History
10 5 I Made a Short Film Now WTF Do I Do With It? Clarissa Jacobson Self-Help
11 10 Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, 2nd Ed. Mike Campbell History
12 Freemasons at Gettysburg Sheldon Munn History
13 11 The Most Hated Man in America Mark Pendergrast True Crime
14 7 The 1932 Yankees Ronald Januaryer Baseball
15 27 Dead Center Jason Altmire Politics
16 8 The Journalist Oxana Lapchuk Holocaust Memoir
17 Keeping the Lights on for Ike Rebecca Daniels History
18 24 Bows, Bullets, and Bears John L. Moore History
19 Ingrid Newkirk Jon Hochschartner Biography
20 21 Gods, Philosophers, and Scientists Scott Hendrix Science
21 30 Bandstandland Larry Lehmer History
22 Call Sign Dracula Joe Fair Vietnam Memoir
23 19 Collission Course William Cook Basketball
24 The Life and Loves of Thaddeus Stevens Mark Singel History
25 The Trevorton, Mahanoy and Susquehanna Railroad Steve Troutman History
26 6 The Foreman’s Boys William Marcum History
27 NEW The Fighting Parson of the American Revolution Edward Hocker Biography
28 Indian Villages and Place Names in Pennsylvania George Donehoo History
29 15 Raising Monarchs Sue Fox McGovern Nature
30 Geology of the Mahanoy, Mahantongo and Lykens Valleys Steve Troutman History
Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz’s “The Weathermaker” tops Milford House Press bestsellers for January

Glenn “Hurricane” Schwartz’s “The Weathermaker” tops Milford House Press bestsellers for January

MILFORD HOUSE PRESS  – Bestsellers for January 2020  (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 NEW The Weathermaker Glenn Schwartz Climate Fiction
2 Sage Bob Wood Western
3 2 Secrets of the Galapagos Sharon Marchisello Murder Mystery
4 NEW Summer Squall Sarah Jones Murder Mystery
5 15 Magic Diary Pat LaMarche YA
6 Dying for Vengeance J M West Murder Mystery
7 The Closer Alan Mindell Sports
8 The Sign of the Eagle Jess Steven Hughes Historical
9 3 The Vatican’s Vault Barry Libin Murder Mystery
10 8 The Road to Lattimer Virginia Rafferty Historical
11 Darkness at First Light J M West Murder Mystery
12 Courting Doubt and Darkness J M West Murder Mystery
13 6 The Ghosts of Saratoga Ossont & Dampf Historical YA
14 Dead of Summer Sherry Knowlton Murder Mystery
15 Miss Feezenschneezen Is Ill David Parmalee YA
Chris Fenwick takes the top spot at Hellbender Books / Verboten Books for January with “Wolf”

Chris Fenwick takes the top spot at Hellbender Books / Verboten Books for January with “Wolf”

HELLBENDER BOOKS  – Bestsellers for January 2020  (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 1 Wolf Chris Fenwick Supernatural Thriller
2 2 When the Sky Goes Dark Oliver Seneca Techno Thriller
3 5 Pig Nancy Williams Supernatural Thriller
4 4 Whisper Music JB Toner Supernatural Thriller
5 The Devil Tree II: The Calling Keith Rommel Supernatural Thriller
Michele Livingston’s “Spiritual Treasures” is the Ars Metaphysica bestseller for January

Michele Livingston’s “Spiritual Treasures” is the Ars Metaphysica bestseller for January

ARS METAPHYSICA  – Bestsellers for January 2020  (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 NEW Spritual Treasures Michele Livingston Metaphysical
2 2 Jesus the Phoenician Karim El Koussa Religious History
3 NEW The Three Supreme Gifts Lisa Hromada Spirituality
4 4 Der Lange Verborgene Freund J G Homan Powwow
5 The ABCs of Narcissism Michelle Hoffer Self-Help
Maia Williamson’s “Where the Tree Frogs Took Me” is the Brown Posey Press bestseller for January

Maia Williamson’s “Where the Tree Frogs Took Me” is the Brown Posey Press bestseller for January

BROWN POSEY PRESS  – Bestsellers for January 2020  (by Revenue)
Rank Prior Title Author Category
1 NEW Where the Tree Frogs Took Me Maia Williamson Travel Memoir
2 NEW Only You Eileen Obser Memoir
3 5 The Indigo Scarf PJ Piccirillo Literary Fiction
4 4 Rainwalkers Matt Ritter Climate Fiction
5 3 The Reluctant RV Wife Gerri Almand Travel Memoir