Monday, September 15, 2014
Top Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More
1. Katherine Reay
I LOVED her book Dear Mr. Knightley and look forward to reading her next novel!
2. Sandra Boynton
Aster only has one of her books, but received another one for her birthday yesterday. While I know they are super easy board books, I look forward to reading more of them to my little girl! The kids at her birthday party told me they like her books.;)
3. Elizabeth Ludwig
I accidentally started in the middle of her East of Freedom series. So, now I need to go back and read the rest!
4. Jody Hedlund
I read one of her books and was impressed with the historical detail. I believe I have another one or two on my Kindle from Netgalley that I need to read..
5. Melanie Dickerson
Another one whom I keep hearing about!
6. Melanie Dobson
I read Chateau of Secrets, which was quite good! My sister tells me that I need to read more of her books, since they are engaging and a bit different than the norm (in a good way!).
7. Kristy Cambron
I read her first novel, The Butterfly and the Violin and can't wait for her second novel to come out!
8. April Erwin
I read one of her books, Dysfunction Junction and adored it! She does such an awesome job bringing her characters to live and portraying solid friendships. A lot of authors fail me when it comes to bringing their secondary characters to life, but not April!
9. Hillary Manton Lodge
I loved her book A Table by the Window, since I can relate to working for a family business that has to do with food.;) I look forward to reading the second book in the series!
10. Camille Elliont
I rather enjoyed her book Prelude for a Lord since she set it in the Regency era, but didn't try to make it another Jane Austen type story. Don't get me wrong, I love a good re-telling of the classics. I just enjoy fresh ideas too.;)
So, there is my list for the week! I thought it was going to be hard, but it wound up being a lot easier than I thought. I suppose that is because I never have a shortage of books that I hope to read and I love trying new authors.