Made it, ma, top of the world:
New Pulp bestseller list as of right now (title, then publisher, then release date, then sales rank):
1) The Sting of the Silver Manticore by P.J. Lozito (Pro Se Press, April 2012) – 37,027
2) Sherlock Holmes: The Crossovers Casebook by Various (Moonstone Books, March 2012) – 47,983
3) The Destiny of Fu Manchu by William Patrick Maynard (Black Coat Press, March 2012) - 74,580
4) Dr. Watson’s American Adventure by Erwin K. Roberts (Airship 27, April 2012) – 444,407
5) Sherlock Holmes: The Baron’s Revenge by Gary Lovisi (Airship 27, February 2012) - 450,339
6) Pro Se Presents # 9 by Various (Pro Se Press, April 2012) - 509,122
7) New Adventures of Thunder Jim Wade (Pro Se Press, March 2012) – 1,065,248
8) Call of Shadows by David Smith (Airship 27, March 2012) - 1,184,532
9) The Moon Man Volume One by Various (Airship 27, March 2012) – 1,631,815
10) The Ruby Files Volume One by Various (Airship 27, March 2012) – 1,677,838
" Congratulations to P.J. Lozito and Pro Se Press for scoring this major coup. I’ve seen Pro Se and Airship 27 come close before but nobody has pulled it off until now. Obviously, since this is the first list of a new month, several books that had been eligible no longer qualify for the list (Nancy Hansen’s latest, Pro Se Presents # 6, Under the Moons of Barsoom, etc.).
We’re all still waiting on the new Doc Savage book from Altus, as well… but none of that takes away from the achievement that Mr. Lozito and his publisher have pulled off. My hat is off to them! And it’s a great sign that the top four books are all from different publishers! In addition to The Silver Manticore title, we had a new title debut in the form of Pro Se Presents # 9, which hits at # 6."