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Women On The Rise: The World’s Top-Earning Authors

Jeff Bercovici from Forbes  wrote recently: Watch your back, James Patterson. Sleep with one eye open, Stephen King.

Watch out for women such as Janet Evanovich, who is the recipient of the Crime Writers Association’s John Creasy Memorial, Last Laugh, and Silver Dagger awards, as well as the Left Coast Crime’s Lefty award, and is the two-time recipient of the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association’s Dilys award.


Men still top the list of the world’s highest-earning authors, but this year it’s the women on the list who’ve been making the boldest moves, led by a trio of genre phenoms: Suzanne Collins (Hunger Games) , E.L. James (Fifty Shades of Grey) and J.K. Rowling (Harry Potter).

Read the whole story: Women On The Rise Among The World’s Top-Earning Authors


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2 More Million e-Book Authors

Janet Evanovich Smokin' Seventeen

Janet Evanovich Smokin' Seventeen


Kathryn Stockett The Help

Kathryn Stockett The Help

E-books are doing booming business, two new authors, Janet Evanovich (Smokin’ Seventeen) and Kathryn Stockett (“The Help” #1on USA Today), have joined the Kindle Million Club, selling more than 1 million copies each of their books in the Kindle store,

They are joining James Patterson, Nora Roberts, Charlaine Harris, Lee Child, Suzanne Collins, Michael Connelly, John Locke and the late Stieg Larsson.


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