Monthly Archives: August 2016

“Wonder Boy” caps wonderful month as Sunbury Press bestseller for July

Lawrence Knorr

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released the bestsellers list for July. Lawrence Knorr’s baseball biography of Carl Scheib, Wonder Boy, took the top spot. The Gingerbread Man’s School Adventure by Sherri Maret was runner up.

SUNBURY PRESS – Bestsellers for July, 2016 (by Revenue)
RankLast MonthTitleAuthorCategory
17Wonder Boy: The Story of Carl ScheibLawrence KnorrSports Biography
2NEWThe Gingerbread Man’s School AdventureSherri MaretChildrens
32A Year of Change & ConsequencesMark SingelPolitical Memoir
410The B TeamAlan MindellSports Fiction
51Living in the AfterlifeMichele LivingstonSpirituality
6The Savage ApostleJohn KachubaHistorical Fiction
7NEWMaybe TomorrowMela Suśe Vigil Duran CarvalkoMemoir
8The Penns’ Manor of Spread Eagle and the Grist Mills of the Mahantango ValleySteve TroutmanHistory
9NEWCast Iron Signs of Pennsylvania…

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Remembering James Craig Atchison


Craig-James-photo-190x282MECHANICSBURG, PA — It is with a heavy heart we say goodbye to a good friend of the Sunbury Press family. James Craig, who wrote by the pen name “James Craig Atchison” passed away last Saturday, surprising all who knew him. Jim, as he was known to us, was passionate about his family, his writing, and hockey. He had embarked on a second career as a novelist in recent years. I’ll never forget our first meeting in my office in Mechanicsburg. While a little naive of the publishing process, he was nonetheless completely in as an author. He talked of personally promoting his work in an attempt to build a following in the hockey community. Upon the release of his first book, “Blue Lines Up in Arms,” he made appearances at minor league hockey rinks and book stores throughout eastern Pennsylvania. While a trickle of sales followed his efforts, he…

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