Mark Singel's memoir is Sunbury Press bestseller for November

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for November. Former Acting Governor Mark Singel’s memoir A Year of Change and Consequences took the top spot. Solomon Screech Owl’s Kangaroo Caper by Beth Lancione was runner up.

SUNBURY PRESS – Bestsellers for November, 2016 (by Revenue)
Rank Last Month Title Author Category
1 A Year if Change and Consequences Mark Singel Memoir
2 7 Solomon Screech Owl’s Kangaroo Caper Beth Lancione & Kathy Haney Childrens
3 NEW Seinsoth Steven k Wagner Sports Biography
4 3 Wonder Boy: The Story of Carl Scheib Lawrence Knorr Sports Biography
5 As the Paint Dries: The History of the Art Association of Harrisburg Carrie Wissler-Thomas & Michael Barton Local History
6 11 Amelia Earhart: The Truth at Last, 2nd Ed. Mike Campbell History
7 The Penns Manor of Spread Eagle … Steve Troutman Local History
8 Winter of the Metal People Dennis Herrick Historical Fiction
9 17 Pit Bulls Anthony Julian History
10 4 The Sign of the Eagle Jess Steven Hughes Historical Fiction
11 46 Bows, Bullets, and Bears John L Moore History
12 Pioneers, Prisoners, and Peace Pipes John L Moore History
13 16 Freemasons at Gettysburg Sheldon Munn History
14 15 Keystone Corruption Continues Brad Bumsted History
15 13 The Wolf of Britannia Part I Jess Steven Hughes Historical Fiction
16 14 Living in the Afterlife Michele Livingston Spirituality
17 24 Cast Iron Signs of Pennsylvania Towns and Other Landmarks N Clair Clawser History
18 Traders, Travelers, and Tomahawks John L Moore History
19 Settlers, Soldiers, and Scalp John L Moore History
20 34 Call Sign Dracula Joe Fair Vietnam Memoir
21 1 Hatched Robert Barksy Literary Fiction
22 Forts, Forests, and Flintlocks John L Moore History
23 Tulpehocken Trail Traces Steve Troutman Local History
24 Cannons, Cattle, and Campfires John L Moore History
25 Rivers, Raiders, and Renegades John L Moore History
26 The German and Welsh Origins of the Charles and Lottie Fetterolf Steve Troutman Genealogy
27 Warriors, Wampum, and Wolves John L Moore History
28 40 The Devil Tree Keith Rommel Thriller Fiction
29 33 Messages from Beyond Michele Livingston Spirituality
30 Jesus the Phoenician Karim El Koussa History
31 Capital Murder Chris Papst Local History
32 The Complete Story of the Worldwide Invasion of the Orange Orbs Terry Ray Paranormal
33 47 The Wolf of Britannia Part II Jess Steven Hughes Historical Fiction
34 Pit Bulls II Anthony Julian History
35 42 That Night at Surigao Ernie Marshall History
36 32 Hour 30 Brandon Musgrave Memoir
37 50 The Relations of Milton Snavely Hershey Lawrence Knorr History
38 Solomon Screech Owl Goes to the Galapagos Beth Lancione & Kathy Haney Childrens
39 28 Hidden Dangers Bob Stout Geopolitics
40 Dead of Summer Sherry Knowlton Thriller Fiction
41 31 The Ripper’s Haunts Michael Hawley History
42 Franni and the Duke Anne E Johnson YA Fiction
43 Pink Flamingos All Around Matt Anderson Childrens
44 22 Prohibition’s Prince Guy Graybill Biography
45 Solomon Screech Owl’s Antarctic Adventure Beth Lancione & Kathy Haney Childrens
46 Keystone Tombstones Sports Joe Farrell and Joe Farley History
47 2 The Journey Called Life Christina Burns Memoir
48 39 Emeralds of the Alhambra John Cressler Historical Fiction
49 Indian Villages and Place Names in Pennsylvania George Donehoo History
50 10 Dead of Autumn Sherry Knowlton Thriller Fiction

msayocac_fcMark Singel’s political memoir A Year of Change and Consequences was #1 due to author events during election season. Beth Lancione’s Solomon Screech Owl’s Kangaroo Caper took #2 thanks to holiday orders. Steven K Wagner’s biography Seinsoth about the Dodger who almost was, debuted at #3. Lawrence Knorr’s Wonder Boy: The Story of Carl Scheib – The Youngest Player in American League History continued to sell briskly due to seasonal interest, taking #4. Carrie Wissler-Thomas’ As the Paint Dries was lifted by gallery sales to #5.

The company released two new titles in November:

SUNBURY PRESS – New Releases for November, 2016
Seinsoth Steven k Wagner Sports Biography
The Book of Practical Wisdom Terry Ray Quotes

For more info: http://www.sunburypressstore.com/BESTSELLERS_c3.htm

Bill Seinsoth was first round pick of the Los Angeles Dodgers out of USC

LOS ANGELES — Sunbury Press has released Seinsoth: The Rough-and-Tumble Life of a Dodger by Steven K. Wagner.

About the Book:
seinsoth_fcIn 1968, Bill Seinsoth overcame a lifetime of adversity to become the best college baseball player in the world. Few were surprised. After all, as a high school senior and the top prep pitcher in the country his team won the California state championship, and he was named MVP. He attended USC, where his team won an NCAA title and he was chosen College World Series MVP. During the summers, he played for the elite Alaska Goldpanners college baseball team and again was MVP. Finally, he was chosen in the first round of baseball’s draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers. A big, strong, handsome, confident and personable slugger, he was to have become the team’s first baseman long into the future. However, storm clouds formed. As he drove across the California desert toward home following his first season in the Dodgers organization a gust of wind blew Seinsoth’s car over, killing him. A carton of bats emblazoned with his name may have delivered the fatal blow as his car flipped multiple times.

This book chronicles the incredible life of Bill Seinsoth, whose death while en route to watch his good friend O.J. Simpson’s final preseason football game a week before the running back’s NFL debut paved the way for Steve Garvey to become a star first baseman with the Dodgers. The book includes interviews with former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, college coach of the century Rod Dedeaux, and former major leaguers Ron Cey (who was supposed to ride with Seinsoth but who backed out at the last minute), Jim Barr and Bill “Spaceman” Lee. While pure entertainment, this book is important to readers as a road map for overcoming adversity and achieving greatness.

About the Author:
51binvr5uyl-_ux250_Steven K. Wagner is a longtime author and freelance writer. He began his career as a newspaper reporter, working for several small papers before joining the legendary wire service United Press International in Boise, Idaho, as assistant bureau chief. He left there to become an editor with Oregon’s largest daily newspaper, The Oregonian, and later worked as the newspaper’s night crime reporter. After four years with The Oregonian Mr. Wagner moved to Los Angeles and began working as a freelance journalist. His writing and photography appeared in the Los Angeles Times for 15 years and he has also completed assignments for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times-Washington Post News Service, Seattle Times, Oklahoma City Oklahoman, Baseball America and other newspapers. His first book, titled “Perfect: The Rise and Fall of John Paciorek, Baseball’s Greatest One-Game Wonder” (Breakaway Books, NY), was published in March 2015. His second book, titled “Seinsoth: The Rough-and-Tumble Life of a Dodger” (Sunbury Press, PA), was released in November 2016. A third book, titled “Sweet Sixteen: Stories of the Four-Home Run Batsmen,” is in process and will be released in 2018. Mr. Wagner currently resides in Southern California.

Seinsoth: The Rough-and-Tumble Life of a Dodger
• Hardcover
• Publisher: Sunbury Press, Inc. (November 30, 2016)
• Language: English
• ISBN-10: 1620067161
• ISBN-13: 978-1620067161
• Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
• Shipping Weight: 1 pound

For more information, please see:
http://www.sunburypressstore.com/Seinsoth-The-Rough-and-T…