Valorie Burton and Reshonda Tate Billingsley Top July 2011 BCNN1/BCBC National Bestsellers List

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Black Christian News: http://www.BCNN1.com / Black Christian Book Company: http://www.BlackCBC.com (Based upon Amazon.com rankings, BarnesandNoble.com rankings, and BlackCBC.com rankings.)

For the second consecutive month, bestselling author, Valorie Burton (Where Will You Go From Here?--Nonfiction) leads the bestsellers list of Black Christian authors in the Nonfiction category on the July 2011 edition of the Black Christian News/Black Christian Book Company National Bestsellers List. Reshonda Tate Billingsley (Say Amen, Again--Fiction) leads the bestsellers list of Black Christian authors in the Fiction category on the July 2011 edition of the Black Christian News/Black Christian Book Company National Bestsellers List.

BCNN1.com has also released the thirteenth edition of the BCNN1/Amazon.com Kindle E-book Bestsellers List. This list ranks African-American Christian e-books based upon their sales rankings in the Amazon Kindle e-book store. Also, BCNN1 is releasing the seventh edition of a new bestsellers list, The BCNN1/Barnes & Noble Nook E-book Bestsellers List. This list ranks African-American Christian e-books based upon their sales rankings in the B&N Nook e-book store. Please note that a significant number of the books that BCNN1/BCBC rank are not listed as e-books on Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com. In order to have a fair E-book bestsellers list, BCNN1/BCBC want to encourage all authors and publishers to make sure their books are sold through Amazon.com Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook.

The next BCNN1/BCBC Bestsellers List will be published on Monday, August 1, 2011.

July 2011 Top 50 Black Christian Bestsellers List (Non-fiction)

1. Where Will You Go from Here? by Valorie Burton (Random House)
2. Left to Tell, by Immaculee Ilibagiza (Hay House)
3. Same Kind of Different As Me, by Ron Hall and Denver Moore (Thomas Nelson)
4. The Mentor Leader, by Tony Dungy (Tyndale)
5. I Beat the Odds, by Michael Oher (Gotham)
6. Extraordinary, Ordinary People by Condoleezza Rice (Random House)
7. Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story (Zondervan)
8. Produced By Faith by DeVon Franklin and Tim Vandehey (Howard Books)
9. Commanding Your Morning by Cindy Trimm (Charisma House)
10. Reposition Yourself by T. D. Jakes (Atria)

July 2011 Top 50 Black Christian Bestsellers List (Fiction)

1. Say Amen, Again by ReShonda Tate Billingsley (Gallery)
2. Redeeming Waters by Vanessa Davis Griggs (Kensington)
3. Love, Honor, and Betray by Kimberla Lawson Roby (Grand Central Publishing)
4. The Deal, the Dance, and the Devil by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone)
5. Someone to Watch Over Me by Michelle Stimpson (Dafina)
6. Get What You Give by Stephanie Perry Moore (Dafina)
7. The Pastor's Woman by Jacquelin Thomas (Kimani)
8. A Good Man Is Hard to Find by ReShonda Tate Billingsley (Gallery)
9. Be Careful What You Pray For, by Kimberla Lawson Roby (Harper Collins)
10. You Can Be a Friend by Tony Dungy (Little Simon Inspirations)

July 2011 Top 50 Black Christian Independent Publishers Bestsellers List (Non-fiction)

1. LIFE...What's Up With Yours? by C. NaTasha Richburg (St. Paul Press)
2. Letters to Young Black Men, by Daniel Whyte III (Torch Legacy Publications)
3. From Performance To Praise by Joe Pace (Serenity Publishers)
4. Who Stole My Joy? by Sandra Steen (Bridge-Logos Publishers)
5. Closing Doors on Echoes of the Past, by W. L. Washington (AuthorHouse)
6. The Best Sex of My Life, by Lindsay Marsh (Trafford Publishing)
7. Letters to Young Black Women, by Daniel Whyte III (Torch Legacy Publications)
8. Completely Whole, by Paulette Harper (Thy Word Publishing)
9. Who's Renting Space in Your Head by C. NaTasha Richburg (St. Paul Press)
10. The Priority of Praise and Worship by Ron Kenoly (Parsons Publishing House)

July 2011 Top 50 Black Christian Independent Publishers Bestsellers List (Fiction)

1. The Sunday Morning Wife, by Pamela D. Rice (Peace In The Storm Publishing)
2. Right Package, Wrong Baggage by Wanda B. Campbell (Urban Books)
3. For Love and Grace by Kendra Norman-Bellamy (Kimani)
4. Selling My Soul, by Sherri Lewis (Urban Christian)
5. My Mother's Child, by Dwan Abrams (Urban Christian)
6. Me, Myself and Him, by E. N. Joy (Urban Books)
7. He's Fine...But Is He Saved? by Kimberley Brooks (Kimani)
8. Crowning Glory, by Pat Simmons (Urban Books)
9. A Woman’s Revenge, by Tiffany L. Warren, Sherri Lewis and Rhonda McKnight (3 Sisters)
10. A Woman's Worth, by Nikita Lynette Nichols (Urban Trade)

July 2011 Top 50 Black Christian Amazon.com Kindle E-BOOK Bestsellers List (Non-Fiction)

1. Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore (Thomas Nelson)
2. Quiet Strength by Tony Dungy (Tyndale House Publishers)
3. Left to Tell by Immaculee Ilibagiza (Hay House)
4. The Mentor Leader by Tony Dungy (Tyndale)
5. I Beat the Odds by Michael Oher (Gotham Books)
6. What Difference Do It Make? by Ron Hall and Denver Moore (Thomas Nelson)
7. Life Interrupted: Navigating the Unexpected by Priscilla Shirer (B&H Publishing Group)
8. Extraordinary, Ordinary People by Condoleezza Rice (Crown Archetype)
9. Oneness Embraced by Tony Evans (Moody Publishers)
10. Liberty Versus the Tyranny of Socialism by Walter E. Williams (Hoover Institution Press)

July 2011 Top 50 Black Christian Amazon.com Kindle E-BOOK Bestsellers List (Fiction)

1. The Deal, the Dance, and the Devil by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone)
2. Love, Honor, and Betray by Kimberla Lawson Roby (Grand Central Publishing)
3. The Pastor's Woman by Jacquelin Thomas (Kimani)
4. Say Amen, Again by ReShonda Tate Billingsley (Gallery)
5. All Up In My Business by Lutishia Lovely (Kensington Books)
6. The Sunday Morning Wife by Pamela D. Rice (Peace In The Storm Publishing)
7. Faithful by Kim Cash Tate (Thomas Nelson)
8. A Love for Tomorrow by Vanessa Miller (Whitaker House)
9. ...And Family Drama Just Won't Stop by Daniel Whyte III with Meriqua Whyte (Torch Legacy)
10. The Someday List by Stacy Hawkins Adams (Revell)

July 2011 Top 50 Black Christian BarnesandNoble.com Nook E-BOOK Bestsellers List (Non-Fiction)

1. Left to Tell by Immaculee Ilibagiza (Hay House, Inc.)
2. Gifted Hands by Ben Carson (Zondervan)
3. I Beat the Odds by Michael Oher (Penguin Group)
4. Extraordinary, Ordinary People by Condoleezza Rice (Crown Archetype)
5. Same Kind of Different As Me, by Ron Hall and Denver Moore (Thomas Nelson)
6. The Mentor Leader, by Tony Dungy (Tyndale House Publishers)
7. Quiet Strength by Tony Dungy (Tyndale House Publishers)
8. What Difference Do It Make? by Ron Hall, Lynn Vincent, Denver Moore (Thomas Nelson)
9. Commanding Your Morning by Cindy Trimm (Charisma Media)
10. Uncommon by Tony Dungy (Tyndale House Publishers)

July 2011 Top 50 Black Christian BarnesandNoble.com Nook E-BOOK Bestsellers List (Fiction)

1. The Deal, the Dance, and the Devil by Victoria Christopher Murray (Simon & Schuster)
2. Love, Honor, and Betray by Kimberla Lawson Roby (Grand Central Publishing)
3. Be Careful What You Pray For, by Kimberla Lawson Roby (William Morrow)
4. The Pastor's Woman by Jacquelin Thomas (Kimani)
5. Sins of the Mother, by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone)
6. All Up In My Business by Lutishia Lovely (Kensington Publishing)
7. The Sunday Morning Wife by Pamela D. Rice (Peace in the Storm)
8. A Promise of Forever Love, by Vanessa Miller (Whitaker House)
9. A Sin and a Shame, by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone)
10. Strongholds by Vanessa Davis Griggs (Dafina)

Click Here to view the rest of the Top 50 Black Christian Bestsellers List:
http://www.bcnn1.com/bs/july2011/

Click Here to view the rest of the Top 50 Black Christian Independent Publishers Bestsellers List: http://www.bcnn1.com/bs/july2011/

Click Here to view the rest of the Top 50 Amazon.com Kindle E-BOOK Bestsellers List:http://www.bcnn1.com/bs/july2011/

Click Here to view the rest of the Top 50 BarnesandNoble.com Nook E-BOOK Bestsellers List: http://www.bcnn1.com/bs/july2011/

Click Here to view the June 2011 Edition of the BCNN1/BCBC National Bestsellers List: http://www.bcnn1.com/bs/june2011/

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