Top Ten Tuesday #30: Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More
Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish with a different topic for a top-ten list each week. You can find out more about it here. This week's topic is: Top Ten Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More I only have seven for this list, but here goes...
Nina LaCour Nina LaCour's debut, Hold Still, is one of my all-time favorites; her writing is incredible. And yet, somehow... I still haven't read The Disenchantments or Everything Leads to You. I really need to make that happen. Justina Chen I loved Justina Chen's writing in North of Beautiful... but still haven't gotten around to reading any of her other books. Trish Doller I remember being completely obsessed with Trish Doller's debut, Something Like Normal - it was one of my most anticipated releases, and it was still better than I'd expected. And Trish Doller is awesome on Twitter, too, so I really should read her sophomore novel. One day... Libba Bray The only Libba Bray book I've read is Beauty Queens, which I liked, but which everyone says is her worst one. So I should really read some of her other books... Natalie Standiford How to Say Goodbye in Robot spoke to me in a very personal way, and I still think about it to this day. (Which is a big deal, because I usually forget what happened in a book like a week after I finish it.) I really need to read some more of her books, even if they probably won't live up to how much I loved How to Say Goodbye in Robot. Sarah Mlynowski Ten Things We Did (And Probably Shouldn't Have) is the only Sara Mlynowski book I've read, but I absolutely loved it; it was hilarious, the perfect feel-good read. I think I need some more Sarah Mlynowski in my life... Melissa Walker I loved Melissa Walker's Unbreak My Heart, and I've heard great things about her other books, so I really need to get on that... Have you read any of these authors' books? Which ones do I NEED to read?
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