Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Top Ten Tuesday

Created by The Broke and The Bookish in June 2010 and moved to The Artsy Reader Girl in Jan 2018

Top Ten Authors I Haven't Read, But Want To

This is another very fun prompt, but I feel guilty and a little overwhelmed at the ever growing TBR list. I'm a little embarrassed that I haven't read the books by most of these authors yet. Let me know which ones I should move up the priority list. 

Garth Nix - I've been meaning to read Sabriel for a long long time, but it hasn't happened yet.

Robin Hobb - I know, as a fantasy fan I should know Hobb's work intimately, but I don't. I want to start with the Farseer Trilogy. Let me know if you think otherwise.

Nicola Yoon - I know her books are widely popular, but again, I haven't gotten to them.

Jenna Evans Welch - I feel bad for not reading Love & Gelato yet because I love supporting my local authors, and I love foodie books.

Jaclyn Moriarty - I am a big Liane Moriarty fan, and I want to read her sisters' books as well, but I haven't picked up Jaclyn's books yet.

Brigid Kremmerer - I've heard so many good things about her books, and a few of them are on my TBR, but . . . ya know.

Emily R. King - She is another local author that I haven't supported. Gah! I need to read her books soon. I've been to an author event for her, and I still haven't read her books.

Stacey Lee - I want to read all of her books eventually.

Angie Thomas - I know! Trust me! I know!

Naomi Novik - SO many people have recommended her books to me. I will get to it some day. *sigh*

My list could have been longer, but I was good and stopped at ten.
Thanks for stopping by!
Happy reading!

25 comments:

  1. Angie Thomas is a great storyteller. I hope you enjoy her books and everyone else’s, too.

    My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-authors-i-havent-read-but-want-to/

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  2. Ha, Liane Moriarty had a sister! Also a big fan. I will have to check her sister's work out too.

    Happy TTT!

    Elza Reads

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  3. I'd like to read Jaclyn Moriarty's books too. So many great authors on your list today!

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    1. Thanks Wendy! I've heard Jaclyn isn't as good as Liane, but I still want to read her stuff.

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  4. Robin Hobb is so outside of my comfort zone but I am intrigued by her work. Everyone seems to love it!

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  5. My son really enjoyed Garth Nix. I have only heard of a few of these authors. Happy reading, when you get to them ;)

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    1. Thanks Cindy! I wonder if my daughter would love Garth Nix as well.

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  6. Great list - Naomi Novak could easily have made it to my list: her books sound right up my alley, but so far I've not read any! Angie Thomas is great though!
    This is my list of new authors I am excited to read soon!

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    1. Ya, I'm sure I will love Novak and Thomas, but there are just so many books to read!

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  7. Yoon and Thomas are great authors. I hope you love them when you try them.

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  8. I just read another Nicola Yoon while on vacation. So good.

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    1. I will get to her books soon! I need to.

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  9. Love & Gelato was great. And I highly recommend the Farseer series, but heads up Robin Hobb is TOUGH on her characters :)

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    1. I didn't know that! Thanks for the warning.

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    2. Fitz goes through a LOT in that series but so good.

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  10. I loved Naomi Novik's Uprooted. :D

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    1. I've heard good things about all of her books.

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  11. No Stacey Lee? Uh oh, you're missing out big time! She's one of my favorite YA hist-fic authors. My personal favorite of hers is THE DOWNSTAIRS GIRL, but all of hers are good. I hope you love her when you get to her.

    Happy TTT (on a Wednesday)!

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    1. I know! Downstairs Girl is what I was going to read first.

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  12. I think Angie Thomas is the only author on this list whose work I've read. I do own a Stacey Lee book though! I just need to actually read it.

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    1. We've all been there! Thanks for stopping by.

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