#SOOP on Monday: Top 30 Book Ideas for April 5 2021

Reading puts you at peace. If you haven’t yet experienced that feeling, grab a book, take a deep breath & get started.”

They say a book is like a friend. We say it is more than that. A mentor, a guide and a partner.

“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies.”
George R.R. Martin

The SOOP community can help you stay motivated in your writing with a variety of methods starting with homework assignments. By learning to market and promote your work and testing your methods via SOOP’s weekly Top 20 and monthly Top 30, you can build an audience while simultaneously completing your project. SOOP can help you transition from a beginner to professional by keeping you inspired with challenges, as well as with support.

1

How I Fell Into Purpose – Contract

Genres: Passionately Striving in “Why”, Anthology Program, Short Story

2

Cory Robin – Children’s Fiction

Genres: , Contest Category – Children’s Fiction,

3

A Leather Bookmark – Historical Fiction

Genres: , A Leather Bookmark – Historical Fiction ,

4

September to Remember – WWStH?

Genres: Anthology Program, Who Will Save the Hero: Tales of Chosen Ones Slaying the Demons Within , Short Story

5

When You said your last goodbye, half of me died inside – Families & Relationships

Genres: , Contest Category – Families & Relationships,

6

Insomniac – Book Idea

Genres: Fiction, Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy

7

The smell of decay – Thriller

Genres: , Contest Category – Thriller,

8

Take Me to Heaven – Thriller

Genres: , Contest Category – Thriller,

9

The Hexagon Key – Detective & Mystery

Genres: , Contest Category – Detective & Mystery,

10

Her Fallen Empire – The Prophecy Book Idea

Genres: Book Ideas, Romance

11

Wireless Headphones on Full Blast – Young Adult

Genres: , Contest Category – Young Adult,

12

Twelve – Fantasy

Genres: , Contest Category – Fantasy,

13

My Sister’s Wedding – Memoir & Autobiography

Genres: , Contest Category – Memoir & Autobiography,

14

Hickory, Dickory, Dock – Science Fiction

Genres: , Contest Category – Young Adult,

15

The Last Time I saw Evuti – Horror

Genres: , Contest Category – Horror,

16

Amani and the Voodoo – Fantasy

Genres: , Contest Category – Fantasy,

17

Hill, Anderson, Waggoner – Detective & Mystery

Genres: , Contest Category – Detective & Mystery,

18

Cross Country – Memoir & Autobiography

Genres: , Contest Category – Memoir & Autobiography,

19

Remember the Good things, forget the bad things – Dystopian

Genres: , Contest Category – Dystopian,

20

The Chocolate Box – Horror

Genres: , ,

21

Trading Sins – Young Adult

Genres: , Contest Category – Young Adult,

22

Temple of the Tablets – Dystopian

Genres: , Contest Category – Dystopian,

23

Like Mother Like Friend – Memoir & Autobiography

Genres: , Contest Category – Memoir & Autobiography ,

24

The Violin Player – Romance

Genres: , Contest Category – Romance ,

25

Nikki and Jackson – Horror

Genres: , Contest Category – Horror,

26

The Forgiveness of Carlo Gesualdo – Historical Fiction

Genres: , A Leather Bookmark – Historical Fiction ,

27

Wireless Headphones on Full Blast

The Red Train Car – Young Adult

Genres: , Contest Category – Young Adult,

28

How to Process Feelings in an Abusive Relationship – WWNV1

Genres: , Short Story , Women Write Now Vol 1

29

My Initiation as a Brand-New Baby Witch: Or, That One Time When I Used My Magic to Save the Life of a Little Black Bat – Motivational / Inspirational

Genres: , Contest Category – Motivational / Inspirational,

30

Lawn Service – WWStH?

Genres: Anthology Program, Who Will Save the Hero: Tales of Chosen Ones Slaying the Demons Within , Short Story

How do I make the Top 30?

The Top 30 is our monthly culmination of the Hot 20 lists. By formulating the number of votes a Story Idea or Book Idea receives and how quickly the Story Idea or Book Idea received those votes, along with a few more details from the past month, we can determine the order and placement of the Top 30. There are a few ways to help you make it on both lists.
For DIY authors, SOOP hosts Marketing Monday, a series of posts chock full of tips and tricks for boosting your audience from the ground. For those looking for interactive help, SOOP offers several packages designed to help with your Marketing Plan. Take a minute and check them out. Plus, the Service Marketplace connects you with people who can help with your Product, Platform, and Promotion.

We Want to Work with You

Everyone at SOOP will help you work toward your success. When you submit your Book Idea, you can choose one of two ways to reach your publishing goal: Free or Premium Levels. At each stage of the voting process, SOOP’s Free Level assigns homework, which helps you not only make substantial progress in marketing your work, but also helps you develop the best book possible. SOOP manages your homework in phases and returns your homework on a pass/fail basis.

SOOP’s Premium Level also assigns homework with a required 85% passing grade, ensuring you understand the curriculum before proceeding. In addition to a higher standard for your homework, our panel of experts provides personalized feedback, arming you with more information and allowing you to adjust course when necessary.

For more information on the Free and Premium Levels, please read the FAQ, including information on costs. And feel free to contact us with questions.

Our Services Marketplace offers proofreading, editing, reviewing, and publishing for your manuscripts. If you reach 2,000 valid votes via our author-driven model, you can even earn Services Marketplace offerings free of charge. Submit your book idea here, and regardless of the level you choose, you can build your audience and anticipate orders from the participants who voted for your Book Idea(s).

Explore our site to learn about our publishing model, to read additional FAQ answers, or to submit a book idea.

 

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