July 2016 Fiction Best Sellers: A Review

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Just a list of books I will probably never get to, but you might!

Dysfunctional Literacy

Stephen King could rewrite the phone book, and it would be a best seller, and nobody reads phone books anymore. Stephen King could rewrite the phone book, and it would be a best seller, even though nobody reads phone books anymore.

There are a lot of good reasons to study best seller lists, even if you’re not going to read the best sellers right away.  For one thing, it’s a good idea to keep up with trends in the publishing industry. Plus, you might find an idea for yourself to write about, as long as you make enough changes to avoid being accused of plagiarism.

On the other hand, you might discover some ideas NOT to write about, since a best selling author has just taken the idea.  Finally, you automatically seem more literate and sophisticated if you know what novels are currently selling well.

Below are the best selling novels for the second week of July 2016, according to the New York Times:

  1. End of Watch by Stephen King

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July 2016 Fiction Best Sellers: A Review