Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature once hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, but has now moved to That Artsy Reader Girl! Each week, a new topic is put into place and bloggers share their top ten (or your own amount) accordingly.
I’m not a big on having an “auto-buy author”, since a lot of the time, I end up not liking other books by the same author. Which is why this list is only eight because I had to think for a long and hard time on which authors would I consider immediately buying a new or perhaps one that I missed book.
- Rachel Caine
I basically grew up with the Morganville Vampires and The Great Library series is one of my all-time favourite YA series. Of course, Rachel will forever be an auto-buy. I prefer her YA stuff but I have purchased her adult fiction, I just haven’t got round to reading them yet.
- S.K. Ali
Saints & Misfits and Love From A to Z are some of my favourite Muslim YA novels.
- Madeline Miller
When you’ve written something as iconic as The Song of Achilles, you deserve to be everyone’s auto-buy author. 😂
- Tahereh Mafi
I’m not a huge fan of the Shatter Me series but everything she’s written outside of it has me hooked!
- Cindy Pon
I have only read Want so far but that book was enough to make Cindy Pon on the auto-buy list. 😂
- R.F. Kuang
The Poppy War is one of the most unique books I’ve ever read. No one person should have that much power. 😂 Bring on The Dragon’s Republic!
- Riley Redgate
I absolutely love Riley Redgate’s books so far. I can’t wait to see what she’ll do in the future!
- Akemi Dawn Bowman
Words can’t describe how much I loved Starfish and Summer Bird Blue. Anything Bowman releases, I’m there.
EDIT: I actually made this post a few weeks in advance, but I just wanted to add Fonda Lee because yes, she did that with one book (Jade City, if you haven’t heard me blog about this book enough already 😂) and now I want to read all the books she has ever written.
What’s on your TTT this week? Who are your auto-buy authors? Leave me a link or let me know in the comments!
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