SOOP on Saturday: Top 20 popular book ideas for March 26, 2016

For many people, this weekend is the celebration of the Christian holiday of Easter. Even if you don’t celebrate that particular holiday, you can still appreciate the fact that this time of year is certainly one of rebirth. In North America, anyway. What is it like everywhere else, readers?

The last few installments of this blog have seen quite upsets and upheavals, which is exactly what I like to see. This week’s blog post is no different. The Top 20 most popular book ideas as of March 26, 2016 are:

1  

 The Rod of Iron by Wade Fransson 

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2,609votes
2 A Dress The Color of The Sky

A Dress the Color of the Sky by Jennifer Irwin

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2,311votes 
3 RED by Nicole Collet  Red by Nicole Collet 

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2,067votes
 4 Blasphemous Cocktails  Blasphemous Cocktails by Steve Wollett 

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1,924votes
5 Sealed by Christian Lee

Sealed by Christian Lee 

 
1,343votes
6  The Lottery Curse

 The Lottery Curse by Carey Azzara

 
1.234
votes
7 Wind Shear

Wind Shear by Bruce Henderson

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941
votes
8

HipHughes Teacher Tips by Keith Hughes 

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817
votes 
9 The Power of Gratitude

 The Power of Gratitude by Lamees A.

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784
votes
10  Transcending the Wackadoodle

 Transcending the Wackadoodle by Cinda Lawrence 

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557 
votes
11  Hearts on Fire by Vivek Kumar  Hearts on Fire (Heartwarming Birthday Messages)by Vivek Kumar 

Arts and Photography

 
508votes
12 The Springer

 The Springer by Catherine Hope

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479
votes 
13

 Kepler’s Man by Resha Damania

Science fiction & Fantasy

 
471
votes
14  Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan  

Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan 

RomanceHumor-entertainment, Teens

 
334
votes
15

The Girl That Wasn’t Min by Lilian Surgeson

Literature & Fiction· Mystery· Science Fiction & Fantasy·Suspense· Thriller

 
330
votes
16 Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi  Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi

Science fiction fantasy, Mystery, Suspense,Thriller, Arts and photography

 
304
votes
17 A Journey of Faith by Ann Harrison

 A Journey of Faith A Sweet Water Mountain Mystery: Book 1 by Ann Harrison 

Arts and photography, Religion-spirituality

 
298votes
18  Fata Morgana

Fata Morgana by C.A. Ruel 

science fiction fantasy, literature-fiction,mystery, suspense, thriller

 
287
votes
19  Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks

Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks 

science fiction fantasy, literature-fiction,mystery, suspense, thriller

 
237
votes
20  Auld Folks  

Auld Folks by Keely Greenfield 

 
207
votes

Rise of a King

I guess it’s not really a rise of any actual king, but Wade Fransson’s The Rod of Iron surges to take the #1 position from Jennifer Irwin and A Dress the Color of the Sky by a 298 vote margin. The Rod of Iron has been a regular of the Top 5 since the beginning of this blog series in June of 2015. A 312 vote gain since March 12 carried this Book Idea to the top of the list. Way to go, Wade!

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