Friday, December 20, 2013

On the Lips of Children is Climbing Up the Charts

I wrote a nice little blog post on running in the winter that I was going to put up this morning. But that post has been bumped so I can make this blog what it's really about. And that is:


On the Lips of Children is currently in the top 250 kindle books in the known universe.  It is number 3 on Amazon's top Suspense/Horror novels. It is right behind the horror novel of the year, Stephen King's "Doctor Sleep."

Best Sellers in Horror Suspense

  • Top 100 Paid

Innocence: A Novel
Kindle Edition
Doctor Sleep: A Novel (The Shining)
Kindle Edition
On the Lips of Children
Kindle Edition
Kindle Edition

The surge is largely price driven and temporary, but I'm still doing cartwheels. A Reader's Review Blog just yesterday made it their recommended horror read of 2013. Here's what they had to say:

One of the most chilling stories I have read is Mark Matthews On the Lips of Children! This is definitely one to read under the covers as we follow the horrific ordeal as a marathon runner and his family are held captive by some scavengers. Mark Matthews’ writing is so clear, the reader doesn’t miss a thing – even though they may wish they had at times. For the taste of the heebie jeebies and a good scare this one is highly recommended!

STRAY and The Jade Rabbit are also in the top 100's in their categories during their .99 cent sales.

You haven't grabbed a copy, do so now.

Or if you'd prefer, I can email you my blog post on running in the winter.

1 comment:

Ty @tyruns.blogspot said...

I'll take the blog post via email please.

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