Best Sellers

Some people asked me to post the best-seller list of books in The Seems, so here it is! (As reported by “The Daily Plan” – the leading newspaper in The Seems.)

As of this week (hardcover):

#10. “Gnomenclature: The Complete Compendium of Jinxville,” by McGill C. Mudge.

#9. “Profiles in Courage: The ten greatest Fixers of all-time" by Wilamonus Frye.

#8. “A Not So Brief History of Time,” by Permin Neverlåethe.

#7. “Ripple Effect!” by Rom Klansy.

#6. “World Movers: A Seemsian Family’s Story of Life in The World,” by John and Mary Beth Brennis (with Kyle and Erin).

#5. “The Seems: The Glitch in Sleep,” by John Hulme and Michael Wexler

#4. “The Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown (Personally thought it was one of the worst written books I've ever read, but have to admit, couldn't put it down).

#3. “Happiness Doesn’t Grow on Trees: Turning Your Job Into a Joy,” by Dominic Dozenski with Sarah Musten.

#2. “Radical!: The Inside Story of The Works of Mind, Body, & Soll, LLC.” by Anonymous.

#1. “The Rising Tide: Is The World Broken and Should We Fix It?” by Axel Montano, with a forward by Eve Hightower, Second in Command.

*All titles, Copyright ©Seemsbury Press, The Seems.


Why is that?

You seem to be pretty nonchalant about having a book about you at #5 on the best-seller list, hm?

Best Sellers

Interesting... one of the Fryes is on the best-seller list?
Oh, yeah, and the book that brought us all here. :P