Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I Wish Were More Popular

Top Ten Tuesday is an original blog meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. and is currently being hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is “Freebie (create your own topic).” Freebie week is always fun because I love seeing all the different topics other blogger’s choose. For freebie week, I am sharing ten authors I wish were more popular in the blogging community because I am in serious need of fangirling time. If you’ve read any of these authors and love them as much as I, let me know in the comments. We’ll probably become instant friends. Covers are linked to Goodreads.

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1. Lily Anderson

2. Tiffany D. Jackson

3. Courtney Alameda

4. Silvia Moreno-Garcia

5. Rhoda Belleza

6. Zen Cho

7. Elizabeth May

8. Destiny Soria

9. Margaret Rogerson

10. Lilliam Rivera

Are you a fan of any of these authors’ works? Which author do you wish more people in the community read and loved? Leave me a link to your own TTT post in the comments, so I can visit.

62 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I Wish Were More Popular

  1. I seem to remember seeing “Not Now, Not Ever” around back when it was a new release, but I don’t remember what it was about; it sure LOOKS cute though! Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s books are some I spy on lists now and again; they always stand out because of their striking covers. I’ve also been meaning to add ‘Ravens’ to my Amazon cart during one of my book shopping sprees, but so far, I haven’t. 🙂

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    1. It’s a contemporary inspired by Oscar Wilde’s hilarious play The Importance of Being Earnest and it is a gem. Love Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s covers as well. I loved An Enchantment of Ravens, but haven’t come across may other bloggers who loved it just as much.

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  2. I haven’t heard of Lily Anderson, Courtney Alameda or Zen Cho, but I’ll be checking all three of them out on Goodreads in a moment. Thank you for the recommendations!

    My Top Ten Tuesday freebie week topic was recommendations for my daughter, which you can check out here if you’d like to!

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  3. I loved this topic so much ahhh! It’s always great to be introduced to underhyped authors/books because there are some unacknowledged gems out there and that’s kinda sad aghh. I have The Falconer by Elizabeth May and have been contemplating if I should pick it up and after seeing her on this list it’s definitely inspired me to actually get to it at some point !! Lovely post 🙂

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  4. Oooh, great topic! I have some authors/books I wish more people were talking about too. Did you see Bee @ Quite the Novel Idea is starting this Hidden Stars thing to highlight those books you wished more people were talking about. But anyhow, this list – Anderson is too fabulous and people are missing out of some nerdy greatness there, and Jackson’s books left me awestruck. It was amazing! I know I am eager to read her next book.

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