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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Charlaine Harris entire Sookie Stackhouse series on NYTimes Bestseller Lists

Charlaine Harris’s Entire Sookie Stackhouse Series on the New York Times Bestseller Lists and Berkley/ NAL Owns 55% of the Mass Market Bestsellers for the Week of August 9th

From Penguin.com

Publishing phenomenon Charlaine Harris and her Sookie Stackhouse series once again feature prominently on the August 9th New York Times bestseller lists. All eight mass market paperbacks, plus the latest Ace hardcover, Dead and Gone, will appear on the lists that run in next week 's New York Times Book Review. This may be a publishing record with an entire series placing on the list simultaneously!

Charlaine is fresh off a sensational trip to last week's Comic-Con International in San Diego, where she met fans and signed a ton of books. About 800 fans started lining up on Friday morning in hopes of scoring one of 150 tickets to Charlaine's afternoon autographing session. The excitement continued on Saturday with another autographing session with the cast and creator of HBO’s hit television series “True Blood” (which is based on Harris’ novels) and a panel discussion about the show in front of 5,000 cheering fans. Charlaine answered several questions and thrilled everyone with the announcement of a new three book contract, promising that Sookie Stackhouse's adventures will continue into 2014!

Berkley/ NAL’s dominance of The New York Times mass market bestseller list in 2009 continues, as its titles snare 11 spots – 55% of the list! – for the week of August 9th. In addition to the eight Charlaine Harris titles to hit the mass market list, three more titles from the Berkley/ NAL group also hold strong: Tailspin by Catherine Coulter (Jove) is #3 in its third week; Moscow Rules by Daniel Silva (Signet) is #4 in its fourth week; and Hidden Currents by Christine Feehan (Jove) is #17 in its fourth week.

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