TOP TEN TUESDAY | Top Ten Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday is brought to you by the amazing Jamie over at The Broke and the Bookish! This week, I share the top ten authors I've only read one book by, but plan on reading more.

  1. Deborah Harkness: I just finished A Discovery of Witches, and surprisingly loved it. I'm definitely going to continue with this trilogy.
  2. Jojo Moyes: While she's a fairly well-known author, A Ship of Brides was my first taste of her writing. I loved it, and I'll be looking for more.
  3. Hazel Woods: I read This Is How I'd Love You recently, and while it seemed more romantic than my taste at first, it was just so moving.
  4. Rebecca Makkai: The Hundred Year House caught my eye because of it's beautiful cover, but the story drew me in, and I've already purchased The Borrower to read next!
  5. Kami Garcia: After reading the first in the Beautiful Creatures series and watching the book, I'm intrigued and would love to read more.
  6. Sandra Gulland: One of the queens of historical fiction, The Shadow Queen not only has a stunning cover, it was also a really well-written and suspenseful tale.
  7. Ruth Ozeki: With a style a bit like Haruki Murakami, I received a copy of her book A Tale for the Time Being from work and it sucked me in. I'll be looking for more.
  8. Kat Ross: Some Fine Day was a brilliant debut, and I can't wait to see more from Ross.
  9. Erin Morgenstern: The Night Circus's brilliant and fantastical writing impressed me.
  10. Jandy Nelson: After some prodding from my co-worker and Jandy's publicist, I picked up I'll Give You The Sun and it really moved me. GO READ IT GUYS. I have The Sky Is Everywhere lined up on my to-read pile now.
Which authors are on your list?