Also attending the book fair will be American author Steven Callahan, who wrote the bestseller
"Adrift: Seventy-six Days Lost at Sea," about his lone survival in a liferaft in the Atlantic Ocean in 1982.
It topped the Aladdin bestseller
list while ranked eighth on Interpark, fifth on Kyobo, eighth on Yes24 and ninth on 11st.
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Despite being on sale for little more than two years, the books make Newcastle's bestsellers
of all time list.
Combined, the editors' "Introduction" and Sarah Garland's initial chapter surveying the vagaries of the very term "bestseller
" clearly demonstrate the impetus for the collection, as well as its few limitations.
The book had ranked third on the Bulgarian bestsellers
list for 2011.
So You Want To Start Keeping Chickens by poultry expert Mark Burrows reached No.1 in the Birds category of the Amazon bestseller
list since its launch last month.
Sharma, who authored the international bestseller
"The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari", is visiting Bahrain for the first time.
With the rise of chain bookstores and huge publishing houses headed by executives who appreciate commercial over literary heft, bestseller
lists have become homogenized.
Danish clothing retailer Bestseller
, a leading supplier to the Internet store, announced it had lifted its holding in the business to slightly more than 20% from 18.2%.
* Marshall Goldsmith, Ph.D., author of 27 books, including the New York Times bestseller
What Got You Here Won't Get You There, and most recently, Mojo: How to Get It, How to Keep It, How to Get It Back if You Lose It.
RUMMAGING among the so-called book bargains (two for the price of three) at the Highway Robbery Shop off the M1 I came across that enigmatic phrase 'Number One Bestseller
.' Number One Bestseller
doubly - one might say, tautologically - emphasises that the book in my hand has sold more copies than any other.