Ok, so it’s almost a week late, but it was a week that contained our youngest son’s 3rd birthday party, our 11th wedding anniversary, and my first week back at the day job after a 2 week Spring Break. (Rough life.)
1 – A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore (Signed Hardcover)
2 – Twentieth Century Ghosts by Joe Hill (Trade Paperback)
3 – The Bonehunters by Steven Erikson (Hardcover)
4 – The Abandoned by Douglas Clegg (Signed Numbered Hardcover)
5 – Made Ready & Cupboard Love by Terry Lamsley (Signed Numbered Hardcover)
1 – Interzone
2 – Fantasy & Science Fiction
3 – Asimov’s
4 – Weird Tales
5 – Red Scream Magazine
No surprise that A Dirty Job took the top spot. Signed Christopher Moore books. No brainer. The surprise this week was the flood of orders for 20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill. First time I’ve actually seen a spike in sales due to an author winning an award. Bonehunters continued to do well. We just received our second shipment, so the trade paperback is back in stock. I also have to give a thumbs up to Lamsley’s book even though I’m only about 3/4ths of the way through.
it’s quite nice to see the lamsley in there.
Happy birthday to the little’un, and happy anniversary to you and the wife!
Joe Hill’s “20th Century Ghosts”
Joe Hill’s book titled “20th Century Ghosts” is simply brilliant. His short stories are in a league of their own. I recommend “20th Century Ghosts” to everyone.