Thursday, December 18, 2008

Amazon UK Bestselling Short Story Collections

I just saw this: I am Number 17 on Amazon UK's list of Bestselling Short Story Collections, between Annie Proulx and Roald Dahl. Ok. Hmm. Gosh.

It changes every hour. So this might be my one hour of Amazon Bestsellerness!

12 comments:

Elizabeth Baines said...

Wow, congratulations, Tania1

Tania Hershman said...

Elizabeth, this is really freaking me out. How am I ever going to get any writing done? My head is spinning, spinning. My book went up to No 14 in the last hour, all I do is sit here and wait til they update the list. Obsessive?? Oh yes...

Nik's Blog said...

Congrats! You're in some company too! (And you're actually one place higher because Number 10's an alarm clock ;) )

Nik

Tania Hershman said...

Nik, how is it I didn't notice that No 10 is an Alarm Clock? And how does an Alarm Clock write a short story, let alone a whole collection? Mysterious, very mysterious. Ok, going to make myself a stiff cup of tea.

Nik's Blog said...

That's had me chuckling into my cuppa, T! Must be one talented alarm clock, or an extreme pseudonym.

Nik

Tania Hershman said...

I've gone up to Number 10 - but that damned alarm clock is still beating me! Can't get a thing done today because of this. Sensitive flower, I am.

Nik's Blog said...

You don't have to do anything - just enjoy it! You've earned it, you know!

Nik

Tania Hershman said...

No I haven't. It's luck. Sheer luck. I know that. This is how this game works. I haven't done anything more than any other author I know. But thank you for saying that! Am going to watch some crap. escapist TV. Perfect.

Sarah Hilary said...

Enjoy it, Tania! Congratulations. xx

Charles Lambert said...

Still holding at ten! Maybe you'll be a Christmas No. 1!

(PS Great verification word: butswed)

Vanessa Gebbie said...

Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! The White Road leads to an amazingly stunningly great place!

Congrats, T. I feel wobbly for you!

annie said...

you are now squeezed between sean o brien and the sony alarm clock. I thought sean o brien was a poet, and I'm absolutely convinced that the alarm clock is a novelist.