“Five Keys for Understanding Men: A Woman's Guide” Hits Amazon Best-Seller List

Book by Gary L. Malone, MD, and Susan Mary Malone, Also Significantly Improves Kindle Ranking

Dallas, TX, April 28, 2011 --(PR.com)-- “Five Keys for Understanding Men: A Woman’s Guide” by Gary L. Malone, MD and award-winning author and novel editor (and sister) Susan Mary Malone of Malone Editorial Services (http://www.maloneeditorial.com/), has hit the Amazon Best-Seller’s List. The book, since recently being released on Kindle, has also improved its Kindle ranking from 176,000 to 39,000.

Susan Mary Malone stated, “We are thrilled that this book is doing so well on Amazon and with its Kindle rankings. You try to write a really good book, but then it is very satisfying when the book connects with the public. This book unveils the five hidden keys to the male mind, so that women can understand, and better deal with, over eighty percent of a man's behavior as well as decipher the motivation behind it. Each chapter concludes with a short case study, and a checklist requiring the female reader to answer a set of subjective questions with 'yes' or 'no' answers. We hope that these revealing exercises and the book in general will help women in not only better understanding men but also evaluating potential mates or other relationships they have with men in their lives.”

Susan Malone's professional literary background includes working as a novel editor, columnist and reporter for various newspapers and magazines. She is also the author of “By the Book,” “BodySculpting: The Weisbeck Way,” and “Fourth and Long.”

Malone Editorial Services offers a comprehensive developmental editing package for fiction & non-fiction manuscripts. Over 35 books edited by Malone Editorial Services have recently sold to traditional publishers. Clients include NY Times Bestselling author Mary B. Morrison, and Essence Bestselling author Naleighna Kai. Other notable edited books include: “The Things I Could Tell You” by Jeremy Woodson (nominated for an NAACP Literary Award); “O'Brien's Desk” (a Publishers Weekly Spring Pick to Watch); “Ida Mae Tutweiler and the Traveling Tea Party” (made into a Hallmark film), among many others. You can view the company’s web site at http://www.maloneeditorial.com/

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