Top Ten Tuesday- Autobuy Authors
Hello! Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday. This weekly meme is hosted by Jana @thatartsyreadergirl. This meme was born out of a love of lists. Our topic this week is Autobuy Authors.
1- Rainbow Rowell
Shocking I know. Just kidding, I have not read her whole catalog, but I've read most of them. My favorite I've read by her is Fangirl. I love her style and her way with characters.
2- Sarah J. Maas
One of my favorite Fantasy Authors! My favorite book by her is A Court of Mist and Fury. I read the whole A Court Of Thorns and Roses series last year, and I love it so much. What I love most about Maas is her ability to draw you into a world and have characters you want to root to see win in the end. A Court of Thorns and Roses is the only series I've read by her.
3- John Green
I used to be on a Gilmore Girls forum back in the day, like over ten years ago now, I met and became close with a few of the members there. My love for John Green is all thanks to them. I have almost all his books and I've read most of them. What I love most about him is his ability to craft a story that makes you really pull on your heart strings. My favorite book by him is Turtles All The Way Down. The first book I read by him was The Fault In Our Stars.
4- Alexandra Silber
This is an unknown author. In fact, I have never come across another blogger who has read a book by her. What I love about her is her ability to create a new story based on existing characters and still create original characters in that same story. Her memoir, White Hot Grief Parade, talk about losing her dad at 18 and the year that followed. In this book, Silber takes a topic that is very serious, and adds her own wit to it. I can't pick which book I love more, so I recommend both White Hot Grief Parade and After Anatevka.
5- Adam Silvera
I don't know why it's taken me so long to read an Adam Silvera novel, and the only one I have read was one he co authored. Adam has a style I love and he is like John Green where he writes these stories and these characters that will tug on your heartstrings. I have a few books by him on my tbr, and I am looking forward to his Fantasy Debut next year. The only book I've read by him was What If It's Us.
6- Taylor Jenkins Reid
This is the year I'm read Taylor Jenkins Reid! I preferred The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, however; I still enjoyed Daisy Jones and the Six. What I love about Taylor Jenkins Reid is her ability to craft a story that is relatable and that people will want to read more.
7- Becky Albertalli
I've read three books by her and I love her style. My favorite was What If It's Us, for novels you wrote by herself, my favorite is Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda. I've read three books by her, and I plan on reading her new book when it comes out next year.
8- Carrie Hope Fletcher
Another lesser known author, but she has more of a following with young people because of her YouTube Channel. I started with Carrie's Memoir/ Advice book. I enjoyed that so much that I read All That She Can See. While I did have a flaw in that novel, I still thought it was a 4.5 star read. What I love about Carrie is the way she crafts a character.
9- Holly Black
My other Fantasy fave!! If you've been following me for a while, you know that I was reading the first two books in the Folk of Air trilogy this year. What I love about Holly is the same as Sarah J. Maas, the way she crafts a world and a character. I can't wait for The Queen of Nothing.
10- Ashley Poston
True story- I almost left one of my favorite authors and ones I will always buy off this list. My first book by her was Heart of Iron, I rave a lot about that book on this blog so I'm thinking you all know my feelings on the novel. I can't wait for the end of the Duology even if it will hit me with the feels. I read Geekerella to prep for The Princess and the Fangirl, which is my favorite book I've read by her. What I love most about her is her characters, they're imperfect and they are okay with the fact that they're imperfect and embrace their flaws.