#SOOP on Sunday: Top 30 Book Ideas for February

Spring Break is right around the corner and everyone is getting ready to take some time off. Grab a good book and settle down on the couch and read to your heart’s content. If you scroll down you can see the top 30 for this February. Please look through the top ideas and vote for your favorite.

1 top 30

Night Walking by Guy Ricketts


Beyond Terror by Anne Marie Waters

Arts and Photography· Politics & Social Science

3 top 30

Rod of Iron by Wade Fransson

End TimesEschatologyProphecyQuantum Physics

4 Top 30 Willow Rose Learns Honesty by Marvia Korol and Meredith Mast 
Relationships· Arts and Photography· Children’s Books· Family Parenting
5 top 30

EIGHTEEN by Daniel Mignault

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6 top 30

The Vipharan’s Visit by Rohini Singh

Literature & Fiction· Science Fiction & Fantasy

7 top 30 The Man Who Corrupted Heaven by Andrew Hood

Literature & Fiction· Mystery· Religion & Spirituality· Suspense· Thriller

8 Top 30

She is CP by Win Charles

 Biographies & Memoirs· Education & Reference· Self-Help

9 top 30 Living On Borrowed Time By Samie Sands

Family· Literature & Fiction· Parenting· Relationships· Romance

10 top 30


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11 top 30

Off to Never Never Land by Kinsley Portner

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

12 top 30

The Girl that Wasn’t Min (Formerly Ratatatat) by Lilian Surgeson

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13 top 30 4th and Long by Alexander Brooks

Literature & Fiction· Sports & Outdoors· Teens

14 top 30

Three Cheers for Chips by David Hardie

Relationships· Children’s Books· Parenting

15    Ananke’s Hand by Keri Aronson

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16 top 30

Two Boring Twin Brothers by Katelyn Halko

Children’s Books

17 top 30

 In Shadows by Celeste Arts

Arts and Photography

18 top 30

HipHughes Teacher Tips by Keith Hughes

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19 top 30

Sealed by Christian Lee

20 top 30

Collision by Eric McLaughlin

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

21 top 30

Murders in Crescent Valley by Doug Robbins

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22 top 30

Transcending the Wackadoodle by Cinda Lawrence

Genres: Biographies & Memoirs· Self-Help

23 top 30

American Princess Meets Homeboy by J. Rosser

 History· Humor & Entertainment· Literature & Fiction

24 top 30

Wind Shear by Bruce Henderson

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25 top 30

Crossing the Line by Alan Eisenberg

Literature & Fiction· Self-Help· Teens

26 top 30

Kepler’s Man by Resha Damania

Science fiction & Fantasy

27 top 30

Reckless by Zeke Kuenzi

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

28 top 30

Streams of Memories by Rebecca Sharrock

Dieting· Education & Reference· Fitness· Health· Self-Help

29 top 30 My Possessive Mate by Monique Potrzeba
30 top 30

Freefall by Veronica Therese

Mystery· Romance· Suspense· Teens· Thriller

This Month At A Glance.

Night Walking by Guy Ricketts claims the #1 spot this month. Rod of Iron by Wade Fransson drops two spots this month to the #3 spot. American Princess Meets Homeboy by J. Rosser drops another eight spots this month to #23 from #15. Two Boring Twin Brothers by Katelyn Halko jumps a whopping ten spots to #16. Off to Never Never Land by Kinsley Portner moved up two spots this month to #11. Streams of Memories by Rebecca Sharrock drops a whole ten spots to #28 this month.

How do I get onto Top 30?

As stated previously, the Top 30 is the monthly culmination of our Top 20 lists. Book Idea placement is determined by a formula that takes into account how many votes a Book Idea has gotten in the last month, how quickly they got those votes, and a few other things. We have a few ways to help you make it onto these lists.

For all you DIY authors, SOOP hosts a series of Marketing Monday posts chock full of tips and tricks to getting your audience off the ground. For those of you looking for more active help, 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.

We Want to Work With You

Here at SOOP, we want to help you succeed. Once you have submitted your Book Idea, there are two levels of participation to get you to the end goal of publication: Free and Premium. The Free Level offers 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 managed in phases, and returned on a pass/fail basis.

The Premium Level, offers the unique benefits of personalized feedback from our panel of experts. This gives the author a more complete idea of their direction. An 85% required passing grade on the homework makes sure the author gets a complete picture of their progress. When armed with more information, the author can readjust with more precision.

So which Level makes the most sense for you. Read the FAQ about costs for more information and contact us if you have questions.

If you need help getting your manuscripts proofread, edited, reviewed and published, we can offer those services for hire through our Services Marketplace. Or, you can earn them for free by reaching 2,000 valid votes through our author-driven model. Regardless of which route you choose, submit your book idea here, build an audience and anticipate orders from those who vote for your Book Idea(s).

As always, explore our site to learn about our publishing model, our other FAQ answers, or submit a book idea.

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