Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is: Top Ten Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More.

Book cover for The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen ChboskyBook cover for When the Sea is Rising Red by Cat HellisenBook cover for If I Lie by Corinne Jackson

1. Stephen Chbosky – To be fair, Chbosky has only published one book, which explains why I’ve only read one book from him. Still, I’d gladly read anything he writes, even his grocery lists if I could get my hands on them.

2. Cat Hellisen – If House of Sand and Secrets is even half as juicy, scandalous, and magic-laced as When the Sea is Rising Red, Cat Hellisen will be my new hero.

3. Corinne Jackson – If I Lie blew me away with its thought-provoking plot and deliciously flawed characters, and I can’t wait to check out what else Jackson has to offer.

Book cover for Forbidden by Tabitha SuzumaBook cover for Winger by Andrew SmithBook cover for Carter's Unfocused, One-Track Mind by Brent Crawford

4. Tabitha Suzuma – I respect an author who can make me feel and view things in ways I’d never, ever expect to, which is exactly what Suzuma does in Forbidden. More, please!

5. Andrew Smith  Even though reading Winger destroyed me, I can’t wait to get my hands on more of Smith’s work. What can I say? I’m a glutton for punishment.

6. Brent Crawford – I read Carter’s Unfocused, One-Track Mind without realizing it was the third book in a series. It ended up being an absolute delight, regardless, and I really hope my library has the rest of the series available.

Book cover for Kill Me Softly by Sarah CrossBook cover for Don't Look Back by Jennifer ArmentroutBook cover for Nameless by Lili St. Crow

7. Sarah Cross – Cross captivated me with Kill Me Softly, and I just found out that she’s releasing a companion book, Tear Me Apart, in January. So excited!

8. Jennifer Armentrout – Armentrout’s a popular author, but I only recently read my first book from herNow that I know what I’ve been missing, I look forward to reading more of her novels.

9. Lili St. Crow – I tried reading Strange Angels last year but couldn’t make it past the second chapter. Then I read Nameless – three times – and realized that I need to give St. Crow’s other books another shot.

10. Robyn Schneider – After reading The Beginning of Everything in 24 hours, I’m very interested in seeing what else Schneider has up her sleeve.

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