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The Best Book Club List 2015 - October 2020

Based on the analysis of 99,700 reviews.

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Best Seller
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Top Choice
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Cassie Dandridge Selleck

I had been born and raised in Central Florida and, though I understand an awful lot of individuals who insist that they do not consider Florida "the South", it was as Southern an upbringing as another. My roots on either side of my family trace back to Southern countries as far back as I could go before locating my European ancestors. The South is what I know and love - and sometimes despise. I stopped long ago attempting to define Southern pride, since that's not what I really feel about my legacy. What I feel is thankful. Grateful that I had been raised to say "Yes, ma'am" and "No, ma'am," and thankful that I observed firsthand the racism that's pervasive and damaging in my life. Everything about the South made me that I am now, as a writer and an activist, and as an advocate for change. I write what I understand. I write about the South and its vibrant characters. I write about human character as honestly as I know how. I draw characters to life by providing them voices of people I have lived with and listened to all of my life. They're as real to me as another living, breathing man, so that I handle them with the respect they deserve. I put them on paper and watch what happens.

I still make my House In the South, however no longer at Central Florida. I am a bit north of that, around the historic Suwannee River. Both of my books, The Pecan Man and What Things in Mayhew are set in real cities with names that are untrue. Leesburg natives understand landmarks in my old hometown, along with Mayo folk understand well the stores and dwellings I describe. 2016 was a significant year for me. The Pecan Man was optioned for film rights, and selected for the State of Arkansas' ordinary reader program "If All Arkansas Read the Same Book." It was also the year that I graduated from college with a BFA in Creative Writing, made possible by my late-in-life printing success. I travel a great deal now, performing creative writing workshops and book-signings, and

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Chelsea Camaron

USA Today Bestselling writer Chelsea Camaron is a little town Carolina woman with a huge imagination. She is a wife and mom chasing her dreams. She writes contemporary romance, sensual suspense, and psychological thrillers. She loves to compose blue-collar men who have real difficulties using a literary twist. From mechanics to bikers to petroleum riggers to smokejumpers, bar owners, and outside, she adores a strong hero who works hard and plays harder.

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Sharon Maas

Sharon Maas was born in Georgetown, Guyana in 1951, and spent many childhood hours either curled up behind a book or writing her own experience tales. Occasionally she'd experiences of her own, and discovered fifteen minutes of Guyanese fame for salvaging an outdated horse-drawn trainer from a funeral parlor, fixing it up, painting it bright blue, and tearing around Georgetown with all her teenage pals. The coach ended up in a ditch, but neither neither teens nor horse had been injured.
Boarding school in England tamed her somewhat; but following a few years as a reporter using the Guyana Graphic at Georgetown she dropped off to find South America by the seat of her trousers. She ended up in a Colombian prison, but that's a story for another day. After travelling overland to India to reside in an ashram. She returned to Europe, got married, and eventually settled down. Today she works and lives in Germany.

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