Exciting news from Book View Café:

February 12, 2013 — Book View Café (BVC) is pleased to announce its first wholly owned title to hit the New York Times bestseller list (http://nyti.ms/ge6V1A). Chris Dolley’s FRENCH FRIED, a hilarious memoir detailing the author’s experiences with identity theft in the south of France, is listed with this week’s top sellers in nonfiction ebooks.

While most of Book View Café’s authors are major award nominees or best sellers, Dolley’s FRENCH FRIED marks the first title published by Book View Café to make the NY Times list.

Dolley credits BVC for much of his success. “Working with Book View Cafe is an author’s dream,” he says. “A publisher who listens, supports, advises and innovates. And has 40 of the savviest brains in publishing only an email away.”

Book View Café has been growing steadily since its inception in 2008. The number of authors joining the group has grown along with the number of books published. With authors such as Sherwood Smith, Patricia Rice, and Judith Tarr regularly publishing their backlists and new titles too, BVC is able to put out over forty new titles a year.

BVC ebooks are available at more than 25 online retailers worldwide including Amazon, B&N, Apple, Kobo, and Waterstones. The publisher has recently begun offering their books through libraries as well, establishing relationships with Overdrive and Wheelers. They sell directly to libraries such as Douglas County Libraries, too. Their books have been distributed through libraries in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Finland, and Singapore. And soon select BVC titles will be translated into Chinese.

For more information on Book View Café or its authors, contact media.relations@bookviewcafe.com.

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