SOOP on Saturday: Top 20 popular book ideas for April 9, 2016

March 30th brought us the publication of Red by Nicole Collet, so while we see Nicole leave the Top 20 list for now, we celebrate her successful entrance to the world of published authors. April 1st brought many of you, I’m sure, zany stories of April Fool’s Day. And the whole month brings many of us warmer weather and the joy of blooming flowers and the unmistakable smell of a spring breeze. 

 The Top 20 most popular book ideas as of March 9, 2016 are:

1  

 The Rod of Iron by Wade Fransson 

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2,751votes
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 Blasphemous Cocktails  Blasphemous Cocktails by Steve Wollett 

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1,924votes
 4 The Lottery Curse

 

The Lottery Curse by Carey Azzara

 
1,377votes
5  Sealed by Christian Lee

 Sealed by Christian Lee 

 
1.347
votes
6 Wind Shear

Wind Shear by Bruce Henderson

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941
votes
7

HipHughes Teacher Tips by Keith Hughes 

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818
votes 
8 The Power of Gratitude

 The Power of Gratitude by Lamees A.

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784
votes
9 Transcending the Wackadoodle

 Transcending the Wackadoodle by Cinda Lawrence 

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

Arts and Photography

 
508votes
11 The Springer

 The Springer by Catherine Hope

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479
votes 
12

 Kepler’s Man by Resha Damania

Science fiction & Fantasy

 
471
votes
13    

 

The Girl That Wasn’t Min by Lilian Surgeson

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

 
335
votes
14 Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan  

Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan 

RomanceHumor-entertainment, Teens

 
334
votes
15 Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi  Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi

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

 
306
votes
16 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
17  Fata Morgana

Fata Morgana by C.A. Ruel 

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

 
287
votes
18  Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks

Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks 

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

 
237
votes
19  Auld Folks  

Auld Folks by Keely Greenfield 

 
208
votes
20  Imminent Domain

 Passing Through by Wendy Karasin

Biographies-memoirs

 
 205votes
20 (Tie) Chiselcolors

And I Am the Enemy by Colten Zacharias

Science fiction fantasy, Literature-fiction, Mystery,Suspense, Thriller

 
205votes

The Beginning of the Month Brings New Beginnings!

Congratulations to Nicole Collet for her publication! We here at SOOP are proud to see her success and wish her the best of luck. Her time on the Top 20 list, however, is done, and that makes room for the return of And I Am the Enemy by Colten Zacharias and Passing Through by Wendy Karasin. Both Book Ideas have been on the Top 20 list before, and are currently tied for 20th position with 205 votes. Make sure to go check them out! Watch them climb. 

The Lottery Curse continues to climb, jumping over Sealed by Christian Lee for 4th place.  *Edit* Also, a congratulations to Lilian Surgeson and The Girl That Wasn’t Min, jumped over Destiny Maybe this week for the 13th place with 335 votes. 

Make sure to go and check out all the Book Ideas. Each one could use you help to make it to the top!

Want to get the most out of SOOP?

SOOP has several packages to help you with your Marketing Plan. Make sure to take a minute and check those out. Plus, the Service Marketplace offers a way for you authors to get in contact with people who can help you with your Product, Platform, and Promotion. 

In January, SOOP rolled out the their new paid and free paths to success. In case you missed those announcements, here’s a quick summary. The free path offers the many of the same helpful services, including homework at each stage of the voting process that helps you, the author, create substantial marketing progress and develop the best book possible. These homework assignments are returned on a pass/fail basis. The paid path, the Professional Path, offers the unique benefits of a percentage grading system, which gives the author a more complete idea of their direction. 

FAQ of the day: How do I get started with SOOP?

  1. Read about our publishing model and our other FAQ answers
  2. Submit a book idea
  3. Learn how to get votes – start at Part I. 

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