Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Authors I Need to Read More Books From

Top Ten TuesdayTop Ten Tuesday is an original blog meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic: “Top Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More.” I’m not sure I can come up with ten authors I’ve only read one book from, so this is a list of authors I’ve read only one or two books from and need to hunt down their other books and read them. Here are the books that are on my radar from these various authors.

Ten Authors I Need to Read More Books From:

1. Stephen King 2. Neil Gaiman 3. Maria V. Snyder 4. Robin McKinley 5. Jonathan Maberry

6. Brenna Yovanoff 7. John Connolly 8. Marie Rutkoski 9. Rick Yancey 10. Janet Lee Carey

Which authors do you need to read more books from?

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25 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Authors I Need to Read More Books From

    • I read Robin McKinley’s The Hero and the Crown years and years ago, and a couple of years ago picked up her Beauty and loved it. I’m not sure why I haven’t read any other books by her since. I will put it on my TBR, thank you!

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  1. Neil Gaiman is on my list too, and Maria V. Snyder’s books are awesome. Especially her Healer series. I haven’t read any Robin McKinley yet but I plan on reading Beauty at some point.

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  2. Lots of new books for me to check out! I haven’t actually read any Gaiman yet… I know, I know. I do own 4 of the 6 Study books though (great deal on them) but unfortunately book 1 isn’t one of them lol I have Throne of Glass and The Infernal Devices to keep me occupied for a little while though before I can get to any others.

    My TTT: http://confessionsofabookgeek.wordpress.com/2014/09/16/top-ten-tuesday-authors-ive-only-read-one-book-by-and-need-more/

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    • Haha. Sometimes great deals are hard to resist and sometimes those great deals don’t include the first few books in a series and that’s okay. Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane is my favorite of his I’ve read so far.

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  3. I’m such a wimp when it comes to Stephen King, and it’s probably because my cousins made all his movies even more scarier with their evil schemes ha ha! But I certainly want to read Maria Snyder’s Poison series, I hear it awesome 🙂

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    • Haha. I loved scary stories when I was younger and was usually the one who scared my little brother. I still do if given the opportunity, he’s an easy target. I read Maria V. Snyder’s Poison Study and really liked it, but haven’t continued the series.

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  4. I read Beauty by Robin McKinley, but what I recommend most from her is Sunshine – it was truly amazing, and was a vampire story like none that I’ve ever read before. Also be sure to check out Neil Gaiman’s Good Omens, which he co-wrote with Terry Pratchett (it features a demon and an angel who strike up an unlikely friendship while trying to prevent the apocalypse from occurring – all sorts of quirky, unexpected pieces of awesomeness are contained within its pages!)

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  5. Ooh, you’ve read The Shadow Society by Marie Rutkoski? How was it? I’m really curious about her other works. And I need to read Robin McKinley soon. I want physical copies of the books but it’s a little hard to look for them locally. Thanks for sharing and for visiting my TTT 🙂

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  6. I’m so happy to see Marie Rutkoski on there! I loooved The Shadow Society! I really need to get The Winner’s Curse. Brenna Yovanoff as well. The Replacement is so, so good – I need to re-read it. And get Fiendish, now that it’s out.
    Thansk for stopping by 🙂

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