Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, which features (you guessed it!) top ten lists on a given topic each week. This week’s topic is. . . .Top Ten Authors I’ve read one book from but NEED to read more!
1. Andrew Smith
What I’ve Read: Winger
I read and LOVED Winger. I don’t think all of Andrew Smith’s books would be for me(I think Grasshopper Jungle, for example, is just a little too out there for me), but I loved Winger so much I definitely want to read more.
2. Anne Blankman
What I’ve Read: Prisoner of Night and Fog
Prisoner of Night and Fog was one of my favorite books I read last year, and I’m really look forward to the sequel. I’m sure it will be just as great and I’ll definitely read more works from this author!
3. John Irving
What I’ve Read:A Prayer for Owen Meany
A Prayer for Owen Meany had a slow start, but by the end I was calling it one of my favorite books. I actually have a few more of John Irving’s books on my TBR shelf(Cider House Rules & A Widow for One Year), so I’m hoping to read one by the end of the year.
4. Rick Yancey
What I’ve Read: The 5th Wave
I really enjoyed The 5th Wave. I know Yancey’s other books are quite different, but I’ve been curious about some of his previous books for awhile.
5. Leila Sales
What I’ve Read: This Song Will Save Your Life
I LOVED This Song Will Save Your Life. It’s an all-time favorite for me, and really made an impact. I’ve been told Sales books are a little more fluffy and less serious, but I still want to give them a shot at some point.
6. Trish Doller
What I’ve Read: Where the Stars Still Shine
Doller doesn’t have many books, but I do have her debut, Something Like Normal, on my TBR shelf.
7. Victoria Schwab
What I’ve Read: Vicious
I’ve only read Vicious so far, but I have both The Archived and The Near Witch on my TBR.
Only seven for this TTT for me today. When I was putting this list together I realized I tend to read a LOT of series, so there are very few authors I’ve only read one book from, and even fewer who I WANT to read more. That being said, these are seven I DEFINITELY want to read more from.