Camp Hill, PA – Sunbury Press has released its 2011 bestseller list. Nonfiction performed well in print while fiction took all ten eBook spots. The company continues to experience incredible success thanks to its new business model, growing nearly three-fold since 2010. The company released 67 titles in 2011.
The best-selling book, in print, for 2011 was actually released in 2010 – and was the best-selling book for the company last year. Guy Graybill’s Prohibition’s Prince continues to sell well, thanks to renewed interest created by it’s sequel – and #2 book of the year Prince and the Paupers. Both books were elevated by very strong demand from independent bookstores in the I-80 corridor – home to the late Prince Farrington and his moonshine empire.
Third place went to Milo Thornberry’s Fireproof Moth, an international sensation and first international rights deal for the company.
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