SOOP on Saturday: Top 20 popular book ideas for June 11, 2016

Hello Readers! Welcome to June! Is everyone ready for summer? Everyone I know is already spending their free time at pools and rivers, soaking up rays and soaking in water. Personally, I’m stocking up on sun screen.

This week here at SOOP, Book Ideas are getting votes, New Book Ideas are being entered every day, and all sorts of things are heating up. Like the summer months bringing about new growth from plants and gardens, SOOP offers a front row seat to the rising of many author’s stars. Wade Fransson’s The Rod of Iron adds over 350 new votes since May. Carrey Azzara’s The Lottery Curse continues to gain new votes this month adding over 100 to the total. Newcomers Willow Rose Learns Honesty by Marvia Korol and Meredith Mast and Eighteen by Daniel Mignault earned several additional votes this month as well, displaying an impressive momentum. Willow Rose Learns Honestly jumped this week to reach the 14th spot from the 17th position. While there were no changes in the rankings this post, be sure to pay attention in the coming weeks. Exciting things are growing and you won’t want to miss!

 

The Top 20 most popular book ideas as of June 11, 2016 are:

1

The Rod of Iron by Wade Fransson

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3,920
votes
2 A Dress The Color of The Sky

A Dress the Color of the Sky by Jennifer Irwin

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2,314
votes
3 The Lottery Curse

The Lottery Curse by Carey Azzara

 
2,177
votes
4 Blasphemous Cocktails

Blasphemous Cocktails by Steve Wollett

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1924
votes
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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820
votes
8 The Power of Gratitude

The Power of Gratitude by Lamees A.

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786
votes
9 Eighteen Cover art

EIGHTEEN by Daniel Mignault

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

 
714
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 KumarArts and Photography  
508
votes
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 Cover-Page-WillowRose

Willow Rose Learns Honesty by Marvia Korol and Meredith Mast

& Relationships· Arts and Photography· Children’s Books· Family·Parenting

 
358
votes
15

The Girl That Wasn’t Min by Lilian Surgeson

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

 

 
344
votes
16 Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan

Destiny Maybe by Hanzel Calangan

Romance, Humor-entertainment, Teens

 
334
votes
17 Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi

Reckless by Zeke KuenziScience fiction fantasy, Mystery, Suspense,Thriller, Arts and photography

 
321
votes
18 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

 
298
votes
19 Fata Morgana

Fata Morgana by C.A. Ruel

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

 
287
votes
20 Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks

Thy Broken Mind by Kain Fairbrooks

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

 
237
votes

 

 

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