SOOP on Saturdays: Top 20 popular book ideas for May 23, 2015

 

 

 

 

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How do you like our new look? If you love it, Hurray! If you don’t, we know… it’s a work in progress. The main thing is the ranking and the vote count. (Below each title is listed its genre and keywords.)

Maybe you’re itching to get your book idea in this Top 20 popular book ideas list. Keep writing! Keep editing! Keep at it — daily if possible — and keep sharing your voting page link. See you on the list!

 

1
“RED” by Nicole Collet Red by Nicole Collet
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1,115
votes
2
Sealed by Christian Lee Sealed by Christian Lee
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1,092
votes
3
HipHughes Teacher Tips by Keith Hughes
education-reference, history, humor-entertainment
760
votes
4
The Rod of Iron by Wade Fransson
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644
votes
5
Hearts on Fire by Vivek Kumar Hearts on Fire (Heartwarming Birthday Messages) by Vivek Kumar
arts and photography
507
votes
6
The Time-Walker Chronicles: Jason Brightday and the Lords of Eh’den by Paul Long
science fiction fantasy
, arts and photography, teens
505
votes
7
Kepler’s Man by Resha Damania
science fiction fantasy
439
votes
8
Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan
ro
mancehumor-entertainment, teens
328
votes
9
Fata Morgana Fata Morgana by C.A. Ruel
science fiction fantasy,
literature-fiction, mystery, suspense, thriller
279
votes
10
A Journey of Faith by Ann Harrison A Journey of Faith The Chosen Path: Book 1 by Ann Harrison
arts and photography
, religion-spirituality
264
votes
11
Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi
science fiction fantasy,
mystery, suspense, thriller, arts and photography
257
votes
12
Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks
science fiction fantasy, literature-fiction, mystery, suspense, thriller
234
votes
13
And i Am the Enemy by Colten Zacharias And i Am the Enemy by Colten Zacharias
science fiction fantasy, literature-fiction, mystery, suspense, thriller
205
votes
13
Passing Through by Wendy Karasin
biographies-memoirs
205
votes
14
“Miss Popular and Mr. Right” by Linda Yassine Miss Popular and Mr. Right by Linda Yassine
literature-fiction
, teens, romance
165
votes
15
Walk-In Investigations: A Spirit’s Oracle – A Paranormal Detective Mystery by Joyce Kostakis
mystery
, suspense, thriller
117
votes
16
"My Possessive Mate" by Monique Potrzeba My Possessive Mate by Monique Potrzeba
ro
mance
111
votes
17
The Sender by Bushra Satkhed The Sender by Bushra Satkhed
mystery, suspense
, thriller, literature-fiction, teens,
103
votes
18
“STAGES: An Experiential Guide for Theatre Fundamentals” by Mindy Early STAGES: An Experiential Guide for Theatre Fundamentals by Mindy Early
education-reference
, arts and photography
101
votes
19
“Mark It Book: Dirty Minded Sales Calls” by Glenn Rhea Mark It Book: Dirty Minded Sales Calls by Glenn Rhea
arts and photography,
humor-entertainment
96
votes
20
Unwritten Love by Angelica Carlin Unwritten Love by Angelica Carlin
mystery, suspense, thriller
, humor-entertainment, romance
85
votes

 Vote-getters do something that others don’t. What is it?

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Christian Lee w tieHIPHUGHESNicole Collet, well along her publishing journey, gathered 25 more votes and stays in #1. Close behind, Christian Lee practiced getting votes and got 39 more. Author-tweeter-teacher Keith Hughes chalked up 21 more votes (or should that be “teacher-tweeter-author”…?).

Ann Harrison has moved up another spot to 10th position with one of her two books in the SOOP mix and is getting her Free Book Consultation as you read this. Congratulations again Ann!

Still TIED with 205 votes: Colten Zacharias and Wendy Karasin are at Lucky 13th position! Who will pull ahead first?

Every vote that counts, counts! Several writers with popular book ideas in our Top 20 list have earned maybe just a vote or two or three, but they continue to stay here in our Top 20 popular book ideas list and SOOP will keep telling the world about them.

Consistent effort to share your voting page link adds up over time. It’s that “slight edge” or the compound effect that other successes have experienced by doing just that little bit extra over a long period of time to finish ahead of the pack.

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