Bloomington, IN, August 02, 2008 --(PR.com
, the leading provider of self-publishing
and marketing services for authors around the globe, has announced its five top-selling books for July 2008.
1. The Ark of a Million Years: Volume Three
by E. J. Clark & B. Alexander Agnew PhD
This is the consummate work on the End Times. Something more urgently important than terrorism or warfare is looming on the horizon. It is 2012.
2. The Lincolns from A to Z
by Betty Carlson Kay
This book contains 26 windows into the life of Abraham Lincoln and 26 windows into Mary Lincoln’s life as well.
3. Memories: Lost and Found
by Edith Hughes-Hill
Brent Hylan Hughes, a handsome, professional, and fun-loving man, awakens naked in the bed of a gorgeous unknown woman. Was it just another night of drinks and fun or much more?
4. Mexican Bowl Fishing and Other Tales of Life
by William Douglas Little
“Mexican Bowl Fishing” hones in on the most humorous (and usually most embarrassing) tales of life, often noting the life lessons the author has learned along the way.
5. Fire, Ice and Paradise
by H. Leighton Steward
A primer for the non-scientist on global climate change.
These titles, and the complete AuthorHouse library, are available for purchase through the online AuthorHouse bookstore
. To learn how to publish a book today, log on to authorhouse.com or call 888-519-5121 today.
AuthorHouse, an Author Solutions brand, is the leading provider of self-publishing and marketing services for authors around the globe. Committed to providing the highest level of customer service in publishing, AuthorHouse assigns each author a personal publishing consultant who provides guidance throughout the process. AuthorHouse provides a broad array of tools and services to allow authors to make their own choices throughout the publishing process. Headquartered in Bloomington, Indiana, AuthorHouse published one out of every 30 U.S. titles in 2007. AuthorHouse released its 50,000th title in spring 2008.