Author Spotlight

Notable Authors


12 of his books, Harold Robbins

Harold Robbins is by far the bestselling fiction author of all time, with over 750,000,000 sold copies. That’s more than 150 million ahead of Danielle Steel and 250 million ahead of Dr. Seuss. AuthorHouse released the first digital copies of his books for online selling and global distribution.


Whim and Black Rain White Rider, Luke Rhinehart

His first book, The Dice Man, is considered one of the most influential novels of the 20th century, reviewed in magazines such as Time and Life and has won multiple awards. It has inspired 2 movies & 4 stage plays. Over a million copies have been sold.


Rearranging Chaos, Jack Geasland

His first book, Twins, which became the movie Dead Ringers, has over 6.5 million sold copies and was No. 1 on New York Times bestsellers list for over 55 weeks.


 
 

ROIL System, John Daly

He was the popular host of Real TV and HGTV’s House Detective.


Louie, Louie, Dick Peterson

He was the drummer for the Kingsmen known for their gold records like Jolly Green Giant, Money That’s What I Want, and Louie, Louie.


Dreams I’m Dreamin, Kim Boyce

She was a former Miss Florida and runner-up at the 1984 Miss America Pageant. She is known for her contemporary Christian albums, with 11 No. 1 songs, two hit videos, and repeat Golden Dove Award nominations.


Serving in Silence, Margarethe Cammermeyer

The popular actress Glen Close played her character in the TV movie, Serving in Silence. Her book was rereleased by AuthorHouse


The Fascinating Girl, Helen Andelin

She is the best-selling author of Fascinating Womanhood with 2 million sold copies.


They Sued for Millions!, Bill Biggar

He is the author of New York Times Bestseller Parents Guide to the Internet.


Winning is Funner, Dave Gilbert

He is a New York Times bestseller with 15 traditionally published books.


Kreskin Confidential: The World’s Greatest Mentalist Speaks Out, The Amazing Kreskin

The author is a world-renowned mentalist.