New title “Road to Ruin – How Tony Abbott and Peta Credlin Destroyed Their Own Government” takes the top spot this month with 1,973 copies sold. “The Treehouse Fun Book” also new, takes no.2 position with 972 sales. Close behind is “My Brilliant Friend (the Neapolitan Novels #1)” (up by 200 sales) in position no. 3.
After seasonal back to school sales “All the Light We Cannot See” returns to top position with 611 copies sold. “Talking to My Country” follows closely with 556 while “My Brilliant Friend (the Neapolitan Novels #1)” sells an additional 50 copies, moving up to 541 sales.
Grayson Perry’s autobiography is the January no.1 best seller, coinciding nicely with his exhibition at the MCA Sydney (through to May this year). “My Brilliant Friend (the Neapolitan Novels #1)” has held onto position no 2 while “All the Light We Cannot See” drops 2 places to no.3.
Through 2015 and particularly towards the end we were experiencing slowdowns and outages that were essentially related to high load. High load in cloud applications is a bit like the weather (in NZ anyway) you are never quite sure what is going to hit you or where it is going to come from. All load … Read More
The top position for the end of the year went to Anthony Doerr’s “All the Light We Cannot See” which moved up from no 3 place in November, selling 1260 copies. “A Little Life” jumped from 37th to 3rd while “My Brilliant Friend (the Neapolitan Novels #1)” moved up 3 places to no 2. In December 2014 … Read More
New to the list and to top spot this month is, “Old School (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #10)”which sold 876 copies. “Special Delivery – Favourite Recipes to Make and Take” is runner up with 509 copies sold and Äll the Light We Cannot See moves up from 11th to 3rd spot.
October trends see “Reckoning – A Memoir” by Magda Szubanski, one of Australia’s most beloved performers, jumps straight onto the top 50 in no 1 spot with 487 copies sold. “Grandpa’s Great Escape” moves up from no. 17 to no.2 while notable Australian author Tim Winton’s “Island Home” also moves up the list from no.42 to no. 3.
September’s best seller is once again “The 65-Storey Treehouse” with 796 copies sold (down on August’s 2,270). Titles creeping up the list include “Girl in the Spider’s Web (Millennium #4)” which came in at no 2 with 750 copies sold and “Secret Garden – An Inky Treasure Hunt” up 2 places to no 3. New … Read More
Another high selling title for August! “The 65-Storey Treehouse” sold 2,270 copies. Äll the Light We Cannot See”was no 2 with 451 copies sold. July top seller, “Go Set A Watchman” fell from top spot to no 5. Adult colouring books continue to be very popular.