Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Every week they post a new topic that the participants come up with a top ten list for.

This week topic is:  
Top Ten Authors I've Read The Most Books From

For each author, I'll display up which of their books that I've read first. Although, of course, I also recommend other books from them as well. c: 

Jennifer Estep

I was drawn into this series because of the mythology combined with high school... essentially. I'm surprised that I loved this series as much as I did because I feel like, with the writing style, I would normally be drawn away from this. But it really clicked with me. I'm sad to see it end though... but it was a fun ride.

I can't wait to read more of Miss Estep's books in the near future!! :D

Julie Kagawa

As soon as I read her faerie series, I was immediately drawn into her books. I'm still looking forward to The Iron Warrior coming out soon. So excited!

Definitely recommend her books. c:

Malinda Lo

I found out about this author from a mutual friend of mine. I'm still incredibly happy for it because I've been struggling to find books that has LGBT themes in it so this book holds a lot of significance to me.

Ever since, I've been keeping an eye on what books and/ or stories she releases. Definitely one of my favorite authors and one of my biggest inspirations for my stories.

Kerstin Gier

I've noticed that there has been other bloggers who don't like the Ruby Red series whereas I actually managed to read each of the books within a day. Nonetheless, it was still enough for me to fall in love with the author's writing. I recently read 'Dream a Little Dream' (her recently English release) and I fell in love with it.

Can't wait for the other two books to be released. c:

Beth Revis

I love this author and I love her books. Read them. Read them alllllll!!

Cat Winters

Another author that I absolutely love. They are on my autobuy list everytime when a new book is released. I always read their book really fast... which is probably not good because then I find myself wanting to read more of their books but I'm not the kind of person to read one book more than once. >:

Highly recommend their books.

Kristen Painter

I discovered this author and their books via Netgalley. I am a huge fan of faeries and basically anything that involves otherworld stuff. Once I discovered that their writings primarily focuses on that I was attached. I'm still in the process of reading another one of their series at the moment. Love it.

If you have a high preference for urban fantasy then I highly recommend this author to you.

Kelley Armstrong

I read their books when I was still in middle school which, in retrospect, probably wasn't the proper reading material for someone so young... but it did begin my love for otherworld characters.

I'm still in the process of reading their books though. They have been writing for quite a while so, now, I can just keep on reading and reading their books for quite a while. How exciting. Yay! :D

Another book for those who love Urban Fantasy books.

Lauren DeStefano

I read their book a little while ago. Admittingly, though, I didn't like their earlier books... but their other series, Interment Chronicles, I have fallen in love with a whole lot. I can't wait to see what other stuff they'll write in the near future.

Cinda Williams Chima

I've been wanting to read this series since I was young. I'm kind of glad that I waited til I was a little bit older though... I feel like this is a sort of book that wouldn't have kept my attention because of its length and with the multiple point of views it has. It probably would have kept me from reading this at all.

It's a good series and, hopefully, I'll be able to snag up their other books soon.

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