Dean Koontz, Demelza Carlton and Stephen King

It’s not a likely listing – especially with me in the middle of those two highly successful horror suspense authors, but it happened. On Amazon’s Top 100 Bestseller List. In real life.

I could be cryptic and incoherent (admittedly, I probably was on Sunday morning when I discovered it), but I took a couple of screenshots, just to make sure.

Amazon Top 100 Bestsellers with NightmaresNightmares at No 55 Top 100 Bestseller on Amazon

Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer hit the Amazon Top 100 Bestseller Horror Suspense list, debuting at No. 55. I was thrilled. I mean, I took screenshots. Blurted it out on Facebook. Otherwise, who’d believe me? I barely did. I figured it couldn’t last.

It did, at least for a little while. That ranking just crept higher and higher until Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer, my little book, reached No. 39. Of course I took more screenshots.

Nightmares No 39 ranking Top 100 with other books

Now, getting a million reads on Wattpad on the draft of Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer was pretty thrilling for an author from Perth, Western Australia. But this was just incredible. So, yes, I did feel I needed to share it with you. Hey, what are the chances? Yet it happened.

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