MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for September for its literary fiction imprint, BROWN POSEY PRESS. Benjamin Anderson’s novel of the frustrations of millennial mediocrity, Middle of the Road, ranked number one. William F. Lee’s touching memoir about the loss of his wife after a long marriage, All My Heroes Are Gone, soared to number two.
|BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for September, 2017 (by Revenue)|
|1||Middle of the Road||Benjamin Anderson||Literary Fiction|
|2||All My Heroes Are Gone||William F Lee||Grief Fiction|
|3||Hatched||Robert Barsky||Literary Fiction|
|4||The Heatstroke Line||Edward Rubin||Climate Fiction|
|5||Planet Jesus Vol. 1: Flesh and Blood||Doug Brode||Paranormal Fiction|
Anderson’s book has performed well due to author activities. Lee’s book has been boosted by local activity in Texas where the author resides. Barksy and Rubin have continued to sell copies to the book trade. Brode’s novel continues to draw attention due to the unusual subject matter.