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Better Than Life Charles Andrew Garvice August March was a prolific and popular author of romance novels in Britain the United States and translated around the world By he was selling million

Charles Andrew Garvice 24 August 1850 1 March 1920 was a prolific and popular author of romance novels in Britain, the United States and translated around the world By 1913 he was selling 1.75 million books annually, a pace which he maintained at least until his death Garvice published over 150 novels selling over seven million copies worldwide by 1914 He was the mCharles Andrew Garvice 24 August 1850 1 March 1920 was a prolific and popular author of romance novels in Britain, the United States and translated around the world By 1913 he was selling 1.75 million books annually, a pace which he maintained at least until his death Garvice published over 150 novels selling over seven million copies worldwide by 1914 He was the most successful novelist in England , according to Arnold Bennett in 1910 Despite his enormous success, he was poorly received by literary critics, and is almost forgotten today.

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  1. Charles Andrew Garvice was born on 24 August 1850 in or around Stepney, England, UK, son of Mira Winter and Andrew John Garvice, a bricklayer On 1872, he married Elizabeth Jones, and had two sons and six daughters He got his professional start as a journalist On 1875, his first novel, Maurice Durant was published in serialized form, but when was published as a novel, it did not sell well He concluded it was too long and too expensive for popular sales this early experience taught him about the business side of writing On 1910, according to Arnold Bennett in 1910, he was the most successful novelist in England He published novels selling over seven million copies worldwide by 1914, and since 1913 he was selling 1.75 million books annually, a pace which he maintained at least until his death Despite his enormous success, he was poorly received by literary critics He published over 150 romance novels, and also signed some of his novels under the female pseudonym of Caroline Hart.He suffered a cerebral hemorrhage on 21 February 1920 and was in a coma eight days until his death on 1 March 1920.

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