May has been kind to Western authors, so far. With six of our books inside the top ten, there’s no telling what could happen next. Authors like Casey Nash, C. Wayne Winkle and many others promote books to realize a golden dream, to be read as they’ve read so many other words by so many other authors. They’re pushing at a not-impossible-to collapse wall for a chance to make a difference to the life of their reader. It’s the thrill of sitting down on a jumbo jet and finding Mr. John Q. Public sitting next to them, reading one of their books. This has happened. You buy a house for future enjoyment—the warmth of the fireplace during those desolate winter months, or to be protected from the glare of the sun under the shady trees during the summer months. It’s the same for the author. They promote with confidence—confident that their skills and stories will bring them magical future experiences that money can’t buy.
Looking at the top ten we have C. Wayne Winkle at #10 with one of his all-time bestsellers, “Frank and the Princess.” At #9 we have “Jubal stone: U.S. Marshal: Blood Trail To Hell.
At #6, C. Wayne Winkle moves ahead with his first Western romance. “Where The Sky Never Ends” stands as a testament to the ability Western authors have to write and touch upon all genres. At #4 stands “Jubal Stone: U.S. Marshal: An Eye For An Eye.” This latest Nash bestseller is heading for the top spot. I can feel it in my bones.
And at #4, we have C. Wayne Winkle with “Gideon Parnell: Chase Across New Mexico” burning readers’ hands… but “Gideon Parnell: The Beginning” is one step ahead at #3, eyeing up the top spot.
And that’s how the bestseller chart looks today. A world of possibilities opens up with each new bestselling release. The question you have to answer is this: Do you believe your book has what it takes to reach the top?