Power List Best-Selling Books • Spring 2015


Multi-Title Authors Find Success on Spring 2015 Edition of the Power List of Best-Selling African-American Books

May 22, 2015
New York, NY

Troy Johnson: troy@aalbc.com
Gwen Richardson: grichardson@cushcity.com

African-American authors with multiple titles are well represented on the Spring 2015 edition of the Power List of Best-Selling African-American Books. These authors have clearly developed a wide audience for their books, and a solid fan base.

The authors with multiple titles on the Spring 2015 Power List are as follows:

Walter Mosley – 3 titles

Rose Gold (#4 in hardcover fiction)
Little Green (#6 in hardcover fiction)
Debbie Doesn’t Do It Anymore (#8 in hardcover fiction)

Steve Harvey – 2 titles

Act Like A Success, Think Like A Success: Discovering Your Gift and the Way to Life’s Riches (#2 in hardcover non-fiction)
Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man: What Men Really Think About Love, Relationships, Intimacy and Commitment [Expanded Edition] (#5 in paperback non-fiction)

Ben Carson – 2 titles

One Nation: What We Can All Do to Save America’s Future (#5 in hardcover non-fiction)
America the Beautiful: Rediscovering What Made This Nation Great (#10 in paperback non-fiction)

Ashley & Jaquavis – 2 titles

The Cartel 5 (#3 in paperback fiction)
The Cartel 4 (#7 in paperback fiction)

K’Wan – 2 titles

Animal 3: Revelations (#4 in paperback fiction)
Animal 2: The Omen (#8 in paperback fiction)

The Power List is compiled by collecting data from online book sellers, random samples on relevant Facebook pages, and a quarterly survey of 1,200 African-American book clubs. The list is usually released on the fourth Monday in the month following each calendar quarter, and is a joint project of AALBC.com and Cushcity.com.

The Spring 2015 lists may be viewed at the Power List web site: www.powerlist.info. Updates are included on the Power List Facebook and Twitter pages. For more information, contact either of the individuals listed above.