World of Warcraft: Stormrage BooksOnBoard # 9 Best Selling eBook March 2010

Written by Medievaldragon on . Posted in Blizzard Games News, World of Warcraft News

BooksOnBoard announced the top Best Selling eBooks for the beginning of March 2010. WORLD OF WARCRAFT: STORMRAGE by Richard A. Knaak showed up again among the Top 10 best sellers.

Considering it is a novel based on a video game, in a sea of novels of a myriad of genres out there, it’s exciting to see the WarCraft franchise level the TOP lists in several media formats.

You will see some complaints from trolls against the author, but it’s a fact most authors have virtues and flaws, like every human being. Whatever the flaw, if the story is good and the way the story is told is good — who cares?

Some argue anything with the World of WarCraft brand in it will sell, usually the same trolls say so, which I consider is not only a blunder but baseless. If a writer is so bad as these trolls claim, people who purchased previous novels won’t buy the next one regardless of the World of Warcraft logo.

All of these have been successful WarCraft stories written by Richard A. Knaak:

  • WarCraft: Day of the Dragon (2001)

  • WarCraft: The Sunwell Trilogy
  • WarCraft: War of the Ancients
  • WarCraft Legends
  • World of WarCraft: Night of the Dragon
  • World of WarCraft: Stormrage

The successful sales and reaching the TOP lists are proof that fans of World of WarCraft and Richard A. Knaak’s approve, ENJOY, and endorse his writing style, and his stories. Otherwise, sales would be low reflecting the sentiment of the majority of fans, and Blizzard wouldn’t contract the author again and again. Cry me a river, trollies.

BooksOnBoard announces bestselling eBooks and authors for the beginning of March.

1 Shalador’s Lady – Anne Bishop
2 Broken – Kelley Armstrong
3 Shutter Island – Dennis Lehane
4 Fantasy in Death – J.D. Robb
5 Witch & Wizard – James Patterson
6 The Lucifer Gospel – Paul Christopher
7 The Pact – Jodi Picoult
8 Scarpetta – Patricia Cornwell
9 Stormrage – Richard A. Knaak
10 Anathem – Neal Stephenson

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