Jan-Carol Publishing Announces 2020 Best Sellers!
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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Tennsun -- Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., (JCP) of Johnson City, Tennessee is proud to announce their 2020 best selling books from five exciting categories!

The JCP best selling genres for 2020 were Science Fiction, Children's Books, Political Fiction, Regional Themed Short Fiction, and Women's Fiction!

Kicking off with Science Fiction, Kevin L. Schewe's Bad Love Series had each novel top the charts as an Amazon best seller in various categories during 2020! The Bad Love Series follows an adventurous group of teens known as the Bad Love Gang through government projects and space and time travel. The series is currently comprised of Bad Love Strikes, Bad Love Tigers, and Bad Love Beyond, with the fourth book to be released in 2021!

For Children's Books Buddy by Jaqueline Krafft was a 2020 best seller. Buddy follows a beautifully illustrated leaf who seeks adventures and struggles to learn patience and acceptance of his situation. He learns the importance of responsibility to his family. This book is rich in vocabulary and allows little imaginations will take flight.

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For Political Fiction another children's book topped the charts — What's Right by Patty Presnell Kinkead. What's Right is a humorous take on a serious subject. Stumpy the squirrel comes to the realization that expecting handouts is wrong and working hard is right.

As an Appalachian based publisher, JCP has an impressive collection of regional fiction, including 2020 best seller Deep in the Holler by Elizabeth Hardin Buttke. Buttke recalls life in a gentle time and tells of her memories of living and growing up in a rural small town. Deep in the Holler is packed with short stories of humor and sadness. Reading these fascinating tales will leave you with a taste of life in the Appalachian Mountains of East Tennessee.

Finally in the Women's Fiction genre JCP's 2020 best seller was Things That Women Do by Cynn Chadwick. In Things That Women Do Anna Shields receives an invitation from her estranged Aunt Lydia; she then flies to Tennessee to find a number of older women-Tasha, Sadie, and Chloe-also living on Lydia's farm. Losing power during a blizzard, the women share dark and startling secrets. Skating between past and present, they reveal frighteningly desperate things that they have done. Anna begins to realize, to her shock, that these things are connected to her own past and become key to her future.

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All of JCP's 2020 Best Sellers can be found on Amazon, Barnes&Noble.com, and directly through JCP.

For more information, to schedule a book signing, or to submit a manuscript, contact Jan-Carol Publishing, Inc., at 423.926.9983, or visit jancarolpublishing.com. Follow JCP on Facebook and Instagram.

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