In the UK, my story The Ghost of St. Mary's entered the top 100. This is the sad story of a Victorian girl's ghost. The story was brought to mind, when I noticed an unkempt grave marker in the cemetery of St. Mary's Church, in Scarborough. Thousands of visitors a year visit the church to view Anne Bronte's grave and this poor, broken down marker caught my attention. Another matter which I never resolved was the naming of some platelets of rock nearby. These are usually given a generic name. but the ones in Scarborough are called Betty Moffet Rocks. There is a large Moffet family in the local area, I wondered if an accident had happened and that is how the rocks were named.
In the USA, it was the return to the top 100 for Chronicles of Mark Johnson. The book makes frequent visits and this time entered at 35.
The third entry came late in 2011. I got tired of one person I used to know, he would brag endlessly about his book being top of the list. I wrote Escalaphobia as a joke, to prove to him if you enter a book in a tiny group, it will get on well. My entry hit 90 in the Neuroscience section. The book is a series of thoughts on a little known fear, the fear of escalators.