Top 10 Black Fiction & Non- Fiction Authors To Start October

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    Bestselling authors, Emmitt Smith (Game On — Nonfiction) and Kimberla Lawson Roby (Secret Obsession — Fiction) lead the bestsellers list of Black Christian authors on the October 2011 edition of the Black Christian News/Black Christian Book Company National Bestsellers List.

    October 2011 Top 50 Black Christian Bestsellers List (Non-fiction)

    1. Game On by Emmitt Smith (Tyndale)
    2. The Resolution for Women by Priscilla Shirer (B&H Books)
    3. Where Has Oprah Taken Us? by Stephen Mansfield (Thomas Nelson)
    4. The Prayer Warrior’s Way by Cindy Trimm (Charisma)
    5. The Uncommon Life Daily Challenge by Tony Dungy (Tyndale)
    6. Finally Free: An Autobiography by Michael Vick (Worthy Publishing)
    7. Same Kind of Different As Me, by Ron Hall and Denver Moore (Thomas Nelson)
    8. Left to Tell, by Immaculee Ilibagiza (Hay House)
    9. I Beat the Odds, by Michael Oher (Gotham)
    10. Where Will You Go from Here? by Valorie Burton (Random House)

    October 2011 Top 50 Black Christian Bestsellers List (Fiction)

    1. Secret Obsession by Kimberla Lawson Roby (Grand Central Publishing)
    2. The Deal, the Dance, and the Devil by Victoria Christopher Murray (Touchstone)
    3. Say Amen, Again by ReShonda Tate Billingsley (Gallery)
    4. Be Careful What You Pray For, by Kimberla Lawson Roby (Harper Collins)
    5. The Crossing by Serita Jakes (WaterBrook Press)
    6. Mind Your Own Business by Lutishia Lovely (Dafina)
    7. Speak to My Heart by Stacy Hawkins Adams (Revell)
    8. Sins of the Mother, by Victoria Christopher Murray (Simon & Schuster/Touchstone)
    9. Broken by Patricia Haley (Simon & Schuster)
    10. You Can Do It! by Tony Dungy (Little Simon Inspirations)

    Note: Black Christian News: http://www.BCNN1.com / Black Christian Book Company: http://www.BlackCBC.com (Based upon Amazon.com rankings, BarnesandNoble.com rankings, and BlackCBC.com rankings.)

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