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Woman’s World Book Club: The Best in This Week’s Fiction

Updated: Jan 24, 2022

By Editorial Staff August 12, 2021

The best books to read are the ones that transport you to another world. From where we stand, books are an essential key to healthy living. Whether you’re just beginning your morning or you’re at the end of a long day, there’s nothing like pouring a cup of tea and curling up in a quiet spot with a good book. In as little as a half an hour, a great story can reset your mind and lift up your mood by taking you away from your to-do’s and into a universe of your own imagination. But if you’re short on good books to read, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. These reading suggestions are all sure to break up your day-to-day routine by providing a mental rest. And if you need book club suggestions, this list is sure to fit the bill with options that everyone will love.

'Surviving Savannah' by Patti Callahan

Readers are transported back to 1838 in this enthralling and emotional tale about the sunken luxury steamship Pulaski—also known as “The Titanic of the South.” The wreckage is found 180 years later, and history professor Everly Winthrop is asked to curate a museum with the artifacts. Everly discovers secrets about two women who were faced with hard decisions in light of the ship’s explosion. A story about strength and fate.

Grab a copy of 'Surviving Savannah' by Patti Callahan here! ($23.40, Amazon)

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Aug 28, 2022

That's exactly what I need. I really love books, reading gives me the inspiration to write my fantasy stories. I think I will share my book in the future. But for now, I help students with personal statements writing because not everyone can write persuasively. I'm glad I can help others.

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