Thursday, May 16, 2002
Bestseller lists are very odd this week. We're still at #1 at Kepler's, still at number 5 at, still at number 3 at the Independent Booksellers. (I thought for a moment that they hadn't updated the lists, then realised that all the other entries were different, it was just American Gods that was in the same place.)

(We're also at #7 in Boston)

And -- stop press -- in the USA Today overall List we're up ten places to #35, and in the New York Times mass market paperback list we're up 4 places to #31. Which means we sold more copies in the second week of release than we did in the first. Hurray for us.