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I am totally psyched, honored, jazzed, exuberant, freaked (insert your own over-the-top adjective here), because the editors at Amazon.com yesterday released their “Best Books of 2007″ picks, and…

“The iPhone Book” (by Scott Kelby [me] and Terry White) was named, the #1 Best Computer & Internet Book of 2007!!!! Whoo Hoo!!!!

Oh, but there’s more! My Photoshop books got some love, too! :)

>> My “Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers” took the # 5 spot on Amazon.com’s Editor’s Top 10 Computer Books of 2007

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Amazon also released their Top 10 Customer Favorites (based on actual sales of books published in 2007), and my “Lightroom Book for Digital Photographers” was the #2 bestselling book in the entire Computer & Internet category for 2007.

>> My book “The Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers” took the #4 spot in Customer Favorites for the 2007 Computer & Internet category.

A sincere thanks goes to the editors at Amazon.com for making The iPhone Book their #1 pick. Terry and I are truly honored (you could have peeled us off the ceiling last night)!

Thanks to my amazingly talented co-author, best friend, and absolute iPhone wizard Terry White, without whom The iPhone Book would never have achieved this honor. You are the best!!!!

Thanks to my Publisher Nancy Reunzel, and Ted Waitt, Glenn Bisignani, Scott Cowlin, and the whole team at Peachpit Press, New Riders, and all of Pearson Education for their vision and commitment to publishing nothing but great books!

A big thanks goes to my best buddy and publishing powerhouse Dave Moser and to my wonderful Editors Kim Doty and Cindy Snyder; to my incredible book designer Jessica Maldonado, to my layout wizard Dave Damstra and his crew, and to the amazing Felix Nelson, Art Director and all around Creative Genius!

My heartfelt thanks to all my readers who bought my books this year, and helped me to keep my job as book author for another year. Every author puts a lot of blood, sweat, and tears into their books, and there’s nothing more rewarding than to be able to reach and teach as many people as possible, and I can’t thank you all enough for your continued support, and for helping to make this author’s dreams come true. I am truly humbled.