Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Auto-buy Authors


As usual TTT is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish.

When I saw this weeks theme I was kind of stumped, I can only really think of two authors who I’ve read all their published books. I can however think of a tone of authors I’ve come across this year who I’m interested in reading the rest of their novels so that’s mostly what this list in going to be.

Auto-buy Authors

Sarah J. Maas – is hands down my favourite author. She is queen! Her two series Throne of Glass and A16096824 (6) Court of Thorns and Roses are high fantasy series with kick ass heroins, magical lands and sexy McSexyPants love interest. Her books are out of this world amazing and I eagerly anticipate every new release. I probably think I’ll read ever books she publishes for the rest of my life!

Rainbow Rowell – is a Goddess sent from contemporary romance Nirvana! All her books leave you with a book hangover. Your heart will have just jumped out of your chest and do a happy dance at how perfect the romance is in Rainbow’s books. She has both YA and adult books published but I love them all pretty equally.

Planning to Make Auto-buy Authors

17661416 (5)Francesca Zappia – When I read Made You Up, Francesca’s debut novel, in July I swear the book stole my soul and held it captive. This book was jaw dropping amazing! Purely fantastic, and for that reason alone I have made the executive decision to read whatever she publishes from now on. I am on board the train!

Maggie Stiefvater – I LOVE The Raven Boys series it is perfection and because of this I have been planning to read the rest of Maggie’s novels. I heard mixed things about The Wolves of Mercy Falls series, but I’m not going to let that taint my experience. I own Shiver so I have been planning to get to it soon. I have heard people say her standalone novel The Scorpio Races is like drop dead amazing, so I’m keen to get to that one as well.

Josephine Angelini – Trial by Fire has been my equal first (with A Court of Thorns and Roses, and Made You Up) 22087268 (2)favourite book of 2015 (so far). I LOVE this book! From what I understand people actually like Josephine’s first series Starcrossed better then Trial by Fire (I’m not sure how?? But you’re entitled to your wrong opinion) so I’ve been wanting to give it a read. I plan to read every book in the Worldwalker series and whatever she wants to publish alone the way!

Alexandra Bracken – I die for The Darkest Minds series, I’m actually so sad that their only one more novella to go and then ITS ALL OVER!! Alexandra’s only has one other published novel other then The Darkest Minds series called Brightly Woven. Apart from the last novella coming out soon, Alexandra is also coming out with a retelling graphic novel of Star Wars, called A New Hope: The Princess, the Scoundrel, and the Farm Boy. I know nothing about Star Wars or graphic novels for that matter, but I don’t really care because she is amazing and I’m sure it’s going to be amazing as well! Her new series Passengers also comes out next January, which sounds pretty flipping cool!!

15863832 (3)Susan Ee – the goddess who has brought us Penryn. Penryn from Penryn & The End of Days is the most kick ass dystopia protagonist ever! I don’t care if you think it’s Katniss, I think you’re wrong – fight me. Penryn & The End of Days is so, so, so, so GOOD! I hate that it’s over 😦 but I’m really keen to see what else Susan cooks up in that amazing brain of hers.

V. E. Schwab – I loved A Darker Shade of Magic, and I am so, so interested in continuing on reading that series. V.E.’s got me hooked on her writing style and her intricate fantasy worlds and I’m pretty sure I’m going to be reading majority of what she publishes from now on. I have heard great things about Vicious and want to pick it up. 17878931 (6)

Victoria Aveyard – Red Queen was blow me away amazing. I loved it so, so much! I am so keen to see if Victoria writes the rest of the series as fantastically as she did the first one.




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I'm an 20 year old uni student who majors in procrastinating. It's wonderful really - many a great read was read because of it.

15 Responses

  1. Ha, I love your description of Rainbow Rowell! (And I completely agree!) I have two V. E. Schwab books sitting on my desk, begging me to read them — I think I’d better start. 🙂 Nice list!

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  2. Sarah Maas I want to try… there aren’t a ton of good assassin books out there, and this gets SO much love they must be good. Looking forward to trying those. And I liked the one book by Rainbow that I read. Happy Tuesday!

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