Top Ten Authors I Need to Read More

Posted September 16, 2014 by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction in Top Ten Tuesday / 14 Comments

Today’s Top Ten Tuesday is:
Top Ten Authors I’ve Only Read One Book from, but NEED to Read More!
 Top Ten
  1. Lois Lowry – Just finally read The Giver (and saw the movie too!). Now I need to read the rest of Lowry’s books!
  2. Jane Austen – Again, I just finally got around to reading Pride and Prejudice last week, and now I want to read her other books too.  Don’t ask how I went so long without reading these!
  3. Juli Page Morgan – This is an Indie (or self-published?) author that probably a lot of you haven’t even heard of. I read one of her books – Athena’s Daughter and really loved it, so I bought two of her other books. But I haven’t read them yet! Why?
  4. Anne Pfeffer – Another self-published author. Girls Love Travis Walker is one of my favorite NA books ever, so why haven’t I read her other books (which I bought?) ‘Cause I’m crazy.
  5. Brandon Sanderson – And I call myself a fantasy reader? I’ve only read one Sanderson novel – The Way of Kings. I definitely need to read more!! (Mistborn will probably be next since I have it on my shelf).
  6. Marissa Meyer – I’ve still only read Cinder, and I know that everyone says the series just gets better!
  7. Cassandra Clare – Again, I finally started the Mortal Instruments series a couple of months ago, but I haven’t gotten past City of Bones. I really enjoyed it, but there are just so many good books to read!!
  8. Rainbow Rowell  – Landline was my first Rainbow Rowell book, and I loved it. I plan to read Fangirl very soon – but there are lots of others that I want to read too!
  9. Tabitha Suzuma – Forbidden is one of my all-time favorite books, but I still haven’t read anything else by Suzuma. I guess I’m worried because I’m afraid her other books just won’t live up to my expectations after the amazingness that was Forbidden. And since Suzuma isn’t a hugely talked about author, I don’t have a lot of opinions I trust to go on. I’m just going to have to leap and try her other books out!
  10. Mari Mancusi – I really enjoyed Scorched, and now I want to read Mancusi’s Blood Coven Vampire series. I’ve heard great things about it!


14 responses to “Top Ten Authors I Need to Read More

    • I’m not sure which Austen novel to read next. Maybe Sense & Sensibility? I should probably read Emma too. P&P was definitely the highest on my list of must reads – it seems like it’s the most mentioned classic ever (at least on book blogs).

      • Hey! Saw your comment on my post and had to reply back! I am making the 5 hour drive up to Naperville to see Rick! Loved The 5th Wave and wanted to meet him before the movie craziness starts because I think that’s a huge possibility! Then trying to meet said author again becomes crazy!

        So I am definitely going! Line ticket is bought, requested off work, I’m there! Let me know if you’re going and I will look for you!

        Jessica @ a GREAT read recently posted: Review--Scarlet by Marissa Meyer
  1. YES ^^ I also need to read more Sanderson (I own almost all his books but I’ve only read 4 so far) although I am reading one of his at the moment 😀 I’ve read all the Marissa Meyer books that are out but I NEED Fairest and Winter in my life, right NOW 😀 More Mari Mancussi and Rainbow Rowell is needed as well too, hopefully in the near future! I hope you get to read more books by all these authors soon Nicole 🙂

    Micheline @ Lunar Rainbows Reviews recently posted: Review: Crown of Ice
  2. You have not read the rest of TMI?? *gasp!* Actually, I shouldn’t be talking ’cause I’ve only read the 1st 3 books in the series plus Clockwork Angel… I really need to catch up on all of Cassie Clare’s books!

    And yes! you most definitely need to start reading the Blood Coven Vampire series!! It is a ton of fun!! 😀

    I have Cinder and Scarelt and have not read either on yet… yep, lots of books to catch up on!

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