Blog Archives

AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: FEBRUARY 2015

Top 10

The February chart of the most wanted books in Amazon was very exciting. The battle for the top places was decided in the very last week of the month. Just three points separated the first three books. Once again the dominance of Kindle First Choice selection proved that Amazon’s marketing machine is working very strong.
Read the rest of this entry

AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: JANUARY 2015

Top 10
The first chart for 2015 surprised everyone with a winner from a debuting author. In the month before Academy Awards the books with movie adaptations did it very well. I added just one new thing to the ranks – a notification about the books, which were selected by Amazon as Kindle First Choice. You may see below the explanation.
Read the rest of this entry

AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: DECEMBER 2014

Top 10

Dear friends, Happy New Year. In the first day of 2015 it’s time to check out the biggest hits in the literary world for December 2014. Once again the competition for the top spot lasted until the final week. The winner beats by just two points the second placer.
It’s time now for our countdown:

Read the rest of this entry

AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: OCTOBER 2014

Top 10

Bestseller is a book or other product that sells in very large numbers

This is the Oxford dictionary’s definition for one of the most used words in publishing business.

I’ve got an idea to present the ranks of the most popular novels in Amazon, via their kindle classification. Every first day of the month a resume of Top 10 books for the previous one will be posted on my blog.
As you know the Amazon’s system of ranking is kept in secret just like Coca-Cola’s formula. I will try to solve the secret, so will take a Top 10 from each week during the month and to make a classification from these 4 weeks.

Read the rest of this entry

AMAZON TOP 10 BESTSELLERS: NOVEMBER 2014

Top 10

Our first official Kindle Amazon monthly rankings for November 2014 became an epic battle for the first place. Who may imagine that the winning novel will be just one point ahead of the second and one more in front of the third?

Read the rest of this entry