SOOP on Saturday: Top 20 popular book ideas for May 9, 2015

Mother’s Day is tomorrow. I bet she’d love a red flower, a sealed love note, a heartwarming message, maybe even a reckless chronicle of your journey through her destiny – across the stage of her life, as it were – from a sender with a popular oracle (that would be you, Mark).


Too much?

Maybe… but YOU try mentioning something from ALL our Top 20 book ideas and see what you come up with (that’s G-rated!).

Time marches on. It’s May already, and we have got some great activity in the SOOP mix!

See what’s sizzling for May 9th, 2015 book ideas:

  1. RED by Nicole Collet – 1,090 votes
  2. Sealed by Christian Lee – 1,053 votes
  3. HipHughes Teacher Tips by Keith Hughes – 739 votes
  4. The Rod of Iron by Wade Fransson – 639 votes
  5. Hearts on Fire (Heartwarming Birthday Messages)
    by Vivek Kumar – 506 votes
  6. The Time-Walker Chronicles: Jason Brightday and the Lords of Eh’den
    by Paul Long – 505 votes
  7. Kepler’s Man by Resha Damania – 439 votes
  8. Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan – 326 votes
  9. Fata Morgana by C.A. Ruel – 274 votes
  10. Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi – 257 votes
  11. A Journey of Faith by Ann Harrison – 256 votes
    Tie vote

    It’s a tie!

  12. Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks – 230 votes
  13. And i Am the Enemy by Colten Zacharias – 205 votes
  14. Passing Through by Wendy Karasin – 205 votes
  15. Miss Popular and Mr. Right by Linda Yassine – 165 votes
  16. Walk-In Investigations: A Spirit’s Oracle – A Paranormal Detective Mystery by Joyce Kostakis – 114 votes
  17. My Possessive Mate by Monique Potrzeba – 110 votes
  18. The Sender by Bushra Satkhed – 103 votes
  19. STAGES: An Experiential Guide for Theatre Fundamentals
    by Mindy Early – 99 votes
  20. Mark It Book: Dirty Minded Sales Calls by Glenn Rhea – 94 votes

Let me point out that Resha Damania with Kepler’s Man made a big jump of 100 votes since last Top 20 post. Good job!

Kudos also to a couple other mover-uppers: C.A. Ruel, Joyce Kostakis and Keith Hughes all moved up one spot.

And did you know that we tweet these blogs and publish them on Facebook and elsewhere? We also tweet about whoever is a top 3 Vote-Getter for that day.

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  1. Christian Lee says:

    I’m loving the puns, Val! 🙂

    Currently so close to finishing up Sealed! Can’t wait to finish then edit like I’m insane before sending it off to some friends whose feedback will help me prep for the Manuscript Assessment!

    It’s nice to see Nicole consistently climbing and always staying a few steps a head of the rest of us! Haha! And Keith?!?! Dude! I call you the King of Votes on Twitter for a reason! Kudos to you, sir!

    I’m really liking that some of our newer Book Idea writers are already climbing this list. It’s cool to see the fresh new energy and passion for writing.

    Okay, I’ll shut up now. This comment turned into a ramble fest…

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