Most Popular Books

I was thinking about my book sales today– in a very positive way, because my November sales were very good– and I started wondering which were the most popular and which were less so.  So I took the total number of books sold and divided it by the number of months that each title had been available.  I didn’t count the five free books.  Here is how they range from most to least popular.

  1. His Robot Wife
  2. His Robot Wife: Patience is a Virtue
  3. His Robot Girlfriend: Charity
  4. Princess of Amathar
  5. The Voyage of the Minotaur
  6. Tesla’s Stepdaughters
  7. Astrid Maxxim and her Amazing Hoverbike
  8. The Drache Girl
  9. The Dark and Forbidding Land
  10. Women of Power
  11. Blood Trade
  12. The Young Sorceress
  13. The Two Dragons
  14. Astrid Maxxim and her Undersea Dome
  15. Astrid Maxxim and her Hypersonic Space Plane
  16. The Many Adventures of Eaglethorpe Buxton
  17. The Sorceress and her Lovers
  18. Astrid Maxxim and the Antarctic Expedition

I have five free books available, all of which have been downloaded many times.  They are: Brechalon, His Robot Girlfriend, Eaglethorpe Buxton and the Elven Princess, Eaglethorpe Buxton and the Sorceress, and Desperate Poems.

The Price of Magic is out, and by the end of the month, I’ll know where it falls on the scale above.


2 thoughts on “Most Popular Books

  1. Hi, Wesley…it was nearly a year ago when I read the first of your “robot girlfriend” books. I like the stories, but I also like your future world. So many good ideas about what the not-too-distant future could be. Some of these things are happening now, such as discussions about sentient robot rights, a hotel in Japan staffed by robots, even the beginnings of an anti-robot movement. Later, this past spring, I mentioned that I was writing a robot novel set in a world similar to yours. I finished the book, The Felicity Project, and it is now available on Amazon. I wanted the book to be free for a couple of weeks, but being a complete nube, I couldn’t figure out how to get past Amazon’s minimum pricing requirement. Thank-you again for your fun books, and I’m looking forward to your next robot novel.


    • Larry,
      I read and enjoyed the first couple of chapters of The Felicity Project from your website. I look forward to reading the whole thing (I just purchased it). As soon as I finish, I’ll post a brief review. I would suggest you also publish at Smashwords (if you didn’t enroll in Kindle Select, which requires exclusivity), that way you can read many more readers. Good luck and wishes for much success.

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