NY Times Listing for The Heiress

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NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby susan60625 on March 12th, 2011, 7:11 pm

Terri wrote:Hi guys!

Just a heads up...

The Heiress hit #37 on USA today this week

The Heiress hit #19 on the New York Ties Bestseller's List!

Kudos Lynsay!

Okay, Week 2 results are in!

The Heiress hit #24 on the New York Times Bestseller's list!

The Heiress hit #49 on the USA Today list.

Congrats Lynsay!!!!!
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Re: NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby Jewelz on March 23rd, 2011, 3:02 am

Congratulations Lynsay!!! :D
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Re: NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby susan60625 on March 23rd, 2011, 10:22 am

*****UPDATE*****

Week 3 for The Heiress on the charts:

New York Times - #20
USA Today - #88

Congrats again, Lynsay!
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Re: NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby susan60625 on March 25th, 2011, 2:44 pm

*****WEEK 4 - NEW UPDATE*****

The Heiress on the charts for the fourth week!!!!!!

New York Times List - #25
USA Today List - #103

Lynsay, I'm so happy for you! Congratulations on this wonderful news! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
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Re: NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby Denise on April 3rd, 2011, 11:34 pm

Staying up there in the NYT. That's great!
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Re: NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby sin on April 11th, 2011, 11:14 pm

Congrats Lynsay!
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Re: NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby wren on April 17th, 2011, 10:57 am

Wonderful news! Lynsay's many historical readers are very happy to see that she is still writing for them too, and making such a big splash on the bestseller lists while she's at it!

Congratulations, Lynsay, and a big THANK YOU to you & Terri & Leigh (it's a family business, after all) for all of your hard work! :D
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Re: NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby Lynsay on April 17th, 2011, 11:11 am

LOL. Thanks guys. I've had a lot of complaints about Suzette's story. At least at Amazon. So any good news is good to hear

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Re: NY Times Listing for The Heiress

Postby wren on April 17th, 2011, 11:41 am

Lynsay wrote:LOL. Thanks guys. I've had a lot of complaints about Suzette's story. At least at Amazon. So any good news is good to hear

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WHAT?? Do these "complainers" have their peepers on or up the wrong part of their anatomy? :? I have found that Amazon has many "reader reviewers" that just enjoy being critical without their reviews containing any real constructive criticism, & they just like to be miserable about every author they read or musician they hear or film that they watch, so I don't credit them very often for reviews. I'll rely on their "professional reviewers" more often, but usually find other review sites are much better. Don't listen to those complainers. Sadly, this is a problem for all the best authors who are reviewed on Amazon.

Suzette's story was fabulous! I loved how you were able to weave in Christiana's story without giving it away, yet at the same time, not taking anything away from Suzette's story. I thought that was some very tricky writing to accomplish, because we had just read some hilarious scenes from Christiana's & Richard's point of view that we were now getting from Suzette's & Daniel's point of view....with just enough of their own story to make it their own and it was totally romantic and hysterically hilarious. Lisa's part in both books whet my appetite for her story so I can finish the entire trilogy & then read it again! :D I was glad to hear Lisa's story is finished & in what I call "the publishing process"...you know, that part where you have done your job, now they have to do theirs. :lol:
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