Contact:  Mavis Sanders


Carol Stream, IL  — The New York Times announced their Best Sellers lists for the week of February 21, 2010 (based on sales for the week ending February 6, 2010), which will include two new books from Tyndale House Publishers: So Long, Insecurity by Beth Moore and Why I Stayed by Gayle Haggard.  

So Long, Insecurity: You’ve Been a Bad Friend to Us by Beth Moore ranks Number 4 on the Times’ hardcover “Advice, How-to, and Miscellaneous” list. The book also debuted at Number 18 on USA Today’s “This Week’s Top 150 Best Sellers” list for February 11, 2010, a ranking of all books sold in the United States for the week ending February 7, 2010. This positions the book as the third best-selling nonfiction book on the “Top 150” list for this week. Tyndale published So Long, Insecurity with a Tuesday, February 2, “street date” release. Along with media interviews, Mrs. Moore had signings in bookstores in Houston, Atlanta, Birmingham, and the Nashville area.  

Why I Stayed: The Choices I Made in My Darkest Hour by Gayle Haggard debuts on the Times’ nonfiction, hardcover expanded list at Number 35. Written with Angela Hunt, Why I Stayed was released on Tuesday, January 26. Mrs. Haggard has appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Larry King Live, Huckabee, and The View, and other interviews have been arranged.

Tyndale House Publishers is located in Carol Stream, Illinois.