Dead ringer for Hollywood actress hits NYT best seller list
SALT LAKE CITY, June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Indie author Amy Harmon has accomplished the rare feat of hitting the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today best seller list in the same week with A Different Blue. The book also hit the NYT combined fiction list, technically making it a 4 list week. Harmon, a former member of the Grammy-award-winning Saints Unified Voices Choir and grade-school teacher has been overwhelmed at the reception to "the little book that could." Besides hitting the best selling list trifecta, A Different Blue had, at the time of this press release, 483 Amazon reviews with a solid 5 star average, rare even among best selling authors.
According to Harmon, when she first created her author page and bio, she would constantly hear how much she resembled a certain actress. Early readers would share her website www.authoramyharmon.com with friends to see if they could guess who she resembled. Perhaps now, she can be known as a best selling author and in some way grab her own 14&1/2 minutes of fame!
A Different Blue has now hit the NYT for a 2nd consecutive week. Harmon's growing fan base looks forward to her next release scheduled for early Fall 2013. Harmon was thrilled to see her book appear in Times Square. Amy's niece posed for the cover as the main character "Blue Echohawk" and was excited to see her own image 7 stories tall.
Hard at work finishing her next book, Amy is available for select media opportunities.
Press release issued by:
Coveted PR Group
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