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Old 01-08-2010, 07:55 AM   #23
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I took it to mean authors where, if they publish something new, I'd most likely want to read it, and authors where I've read all, or almost all, of their work.
I know, the topic is more or less tilted towards current living authors, but the are also many historical authors that many have not read either.

Given that slant as I indicated I bought the latest Pat Conroy novel - South of Broad, but couldn't get past the first few chapters.

So my list was put together as you indicate. Those authors I've read and enjoyed and if they released a new book or I discovered one, I'd have to "check it out"
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