16 September 2014

Top Ten Tuesday #14

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish and is a chance for everyone to get to know fellow bloggers and share lists. I love lists. Every week is a different list.

This week is Top Ten Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More.

This was a hard one! There are so many authors I just haven't gotten round to reading more of, but they're on my list. I'll get to them. One day. Maybe. Eventually. I hope. So on to my list, as always in no particular order...

  • Lucina Riley
    I read The Midnight Rose earlier this year and I loved it. It was all kinds of wonderful, a truly beautiful if dauntingly long book.
  • Elizabeth Wein
    It was when I listened to the audiobook of Code Name Verity that I feel in love. I don't know what it was, but the mix of Wein's writing and Christie's narration made me fall in love.
  • Sarah Dessen
    When I was younger, I'd look at Sarah Dessen's books then think "eh, one day" and head for Sarra Manning instead, but oh my. When I read Last Chance I was charmed.
  • Dawn O'Porter
    I don't think I can put into words how much of an awesome book Paper Aeroplanes is. Which is why I don't understand why I haven't read Goose yet, despite having a signed copy sitting looking pretty.
  • Mandy Baggot
    Made in Nashville was just such a fun read. Thinking back to it makes me smile, months on, and I really want to read it again. So why haven't I picked up another of her books? I'm not sure.
  • Tania Unsworth
    The One Safe Place was one of the first books I reviewed on the blog this year, and it's still one I think back to. It was fantastic, well written and jam-packed with wonderful world building.
  • Katie Flynn
    I think I had the wrong idea about her books - I thought they were your typical romantic sagas that you'd find lounging in charity shops. How wrong was I? A Christmas to Remember opened my eyes.
  • Geoffrey Gudgion
    It's safe to say that I'm not a fan of horror, but Saxon's Bane blew my mind. With it's typically British subtlety and the creepiest atmosphere I've ever experience when reading, I'm definitely a fan.
  • Rainbow Rowell
    I read Eleanor & Park a while ago, it was one of the first books I read in 2013, and I can only remember how much I enjoyed it. But I'm not sure if any of her other books appeal to me in quite the same way?
  • Leila Rasheed
    I've only just read it, but Secrets and Sapphires was so lavish and such a pleasure to read that I can't wait to get my hands on the next one.

What about you?


2 comments:

  1. My first book by Rainbow Rowell was Fangirl, and I'm definitely going to read Eleanor & Park one day too.

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    Kat @ Reading Owls

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  2. I couldn't get into Code Name Verity but I'm glad you enjoyed it.
    I've only read Attachments by Rainbow Rowell which I liked but found slightly disappointing. I really want to read Fangirl and Eleanor & Park though :)

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