The locally-produced book "Not Like Any Other Sunday" -- recounting peoples' stories of the Goderich tornado -- has been flying off the shelves.
The volume has just completed its third printing and plans are in the works for a fourth print-run.
Almost 15-thousand dollars in proceeds from the first three printings have been turned over to Victim Services of Huron.
Executive-Director of Victim Services Shelley Dorey lost her home to the twister last August and her story is among more than 50 featured in the book.
Dorey says the money will go toward Victim Services' continuing work with those affected by the tornado and others who need the short-term help the agency provides.
"Not Like Any Other Sunday" retails for 20-dollars and is available at Finchers, Something Irresistible, the Huron Chamber of Commerce office and Carlow Mercantile.