|BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for March 2019 (by Revenue)|
|1||NEW||Seaarching for Roy Buchanan||Tory Gates||YA Science Fiction|
|2||NEW||You Are Not Alone||Jyssica Schwartz||Abuse Memoir|
|3||2||Whispers in the Alders||H A Callum||Literary Fiction|
|4||1||The Accountant’s Apprentice||Dennis Clausen||Literary Fiction|
|5||3||The Heatstroke Line||Edward Rubin||Climate Fiction|
|BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for February 2019 (by Revenue)|
|1||—||Searching for Roy Buchanan||Tory Gates||YA Literary Fiction|
|2||2||Whispers in the Alders||H A Callum||Literary Fiction|
|3||3||The Heatstroke Line||Edward Rubin||Climate Fiction|
|4||—||Quotes from the Underground||William Martin||Reference|
|5||—||Pass the Pierogies||Mike Breslin||Ethnic Memoir|
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for February for its literary fiction imprint, BROWN POSEY PRESS. William F. Lee’s touching grief memoir about the loss of his wife after a long marriage, All My Heroes Are Gone, ranked number one. Robert Barksy’s entertaining novel Hatched about a counterfeiting ring that starts in a gourmet restaurant in New York took the second spot. Christina Burns’ true crime memoir A Journey Called Life returned to #3. Tory Gates took the last two positions with his YA novel A Moment in the Sun and Live from the Cafe.
|BROWN POSEY PRESS – Bestsellers for February 2018 (by Revenue)|
|1||2||All My Heroes Are Gone||William F Lee||Grief Memoir|
|2||1||Hatched||Robert Barksy||Literary Fiction|
|3||—||A Journey Called Life||Christina Burns||True Crime|
|4||—||A Moment in the Sun||Tory Gates||Young Adult|
|5||—||Live from the Cafe||Tory Gates||Gay & Lesbian Fiction|
Lee’s book has performed well due to author activities in his local area of Texas. Barksy’s book has been selling through online retailers. Burns and Gates have received regional interest.
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. – Sunbury Press has released the Tory Gates’ Live from the Cafe, his novel about life in a small Quebec village.
About the Book:
“What did you dream today?”
Harlandsville, Quebec—look up the definition of small town in a dictionary, and you’ll find its picture.
A one-stoplight village, Harlandsville doesn’t have a lot to offer, or so it seems. Old homes, an abandoned mill, a gas station, one Chinese takeout joint, and a former pub turned into a coffee shop. For the latter, one learns never to judge a book by its cover.
One step through the doors of Le Cafe, and you enter a world where the coffee is brewed one pot at a time through a strange machine, the pastries are homemade, and the music is a roadmap of Canada’s history.
Presided over by Luc, the son of one of Harlandsville’s most loved residents and his partner Emily, the cafe is home to natives and visitors alike. Where the coffee is strong, the spirit of friendship stronger, and occasional strange (and famous?) characters show up to hang out, and play music.
Small-town life, love, change, prejudice, pasts and futures are examined and experienced. The heartbeat of Harlandsville is right here. You never know who’ll show up, or what will happen next, Live from the Cafe…
About the Author:
Live from the Cafe is the third novel by Tory Gates. A veteran broadcaster, Tory is a presenter, reporter, journalist and producer for various radio and Internet outlets, including the London-based Radio-Airwaves Station. His first book, Parasite Girls is available through Amazon.com and Smashwords.His second book, A Moment in the Sun, is a Sunbury Press release.
A native of Vermont, Tory lives in York, Pennsylvania with his five cats and the herd of deer that sleep on his lawn every evening.
Live from the Cafe
Authored by Tory Gates
Black & White on Cream paper
BISAC: Fiction / Cultural Heritage
Also available on Kindle
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