MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for April for its literary fiction imprint, BROWN POSEY PRESS. The Perry County Council of the Arts architectural exhibition guide Downtown Details: An Artful Perspective of Newport, Pennsylvania debuted in the top spot. Melanie Simms’paperback version of her poetry compilation about Sunbury, Pennsylvania, Remember the Sun, returned to the charts at #2. Michael Barton’s humorous fictional ethnography of the Shipoke, aka Shitepoke, a neighborhood of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was #3. Sharon Marchisello’s Going Home was #4. The Heatstroke Line by Ed Rubin returned to the rankings at #5.
|BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for April 2018 (by Revenue)|
|1||NEW||Downtown Details: An Artful Perspective of Newport, Pennsy…||PCCA||Architecture|
|2||—||Remember the Sun||Melanie Simms||Poetry|
|3||1||Shitepoke||Michael Barton||Literary Fiction|
|4||—||Going Home||Sharon Marchisello||Murder Mystery|
|5||—||The Heatstroke Line||Ed Rubin||Climate Fiction|
PCCA’s book was boosted by advance purchases in preparation for the associated photography exhibition in Newport, Pennsylvania. Simms’ book was helped by author activities. The remaining titles received activity due to social media mentions.