I wasn't sure if I would have 10 authors on this list, but when I went through the books I read last year, I found that I actually had more than I needed! Per usual, if you are interested in learning more about the books or authors, click the image to go to Amazon. This page contains affiliate links.
1. Rachel Fordham
I really enjoyed this book by Rachel, since she has a unique writing style. I look forward to reading more by her!
2. Lindsay A. Franklin
This fantasy story was delightful!
3. Nadine Brandes
A fantasy/history mash up.
4. Nabeel Qureshi
Hands down, this was the best book I read last year, since it really got me thinking. I think it's a must for people from all walks of life, since it will challenge you to dig deep and be more articulate in how you define your beliefs.
5. Morgan L. Busse
Apparently, I read a decent bit of fantasy last year....
6. Brittany Fichter
One of my friends sent me a book by Brittany and I have read most hers since! If you enjoy fairy tales retold, then you must try Brittany's books!
7. Abigail Wilson
While this wasn't my favorite book from 2018, I think that Abigail is an excellent writer and I look forward to reading more of her books.
8. Annie Sullivan
9. CJ Lyons
This mystery is fascinating!
10. Lindsay Harrel
This one was hard to put down!
Some great authors on here and some that are new to me! I love what I've read by Nadine Brandes so far! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by! I have Nadine's first series (that I know of, anyway!) on my Kindle to enjoy soon.Delete
I've seen good things about Lindsay's The Story Peddler and Rachel Fordham. Of course, I also still need to read Nadine's book, too! Hopefully in 2019. One I do plan to read soon is Abigail Wilson's! :)ReplyDelete
I hope you get the chance to read all of them soon! ;) Thanks for stopping by, Rissi.Delete
Nadine Brandes was new to me last year too. Hope to read Romanov later this year.ReplyDelete
I hope to read Romanov later this year as well. I was bummed to not be pre-approved for it on Netgalley.;)Delete
The Color of Lies has such an eye-catching cover.ReplyDelete
This is my Top Ten Tuesday post.
It was such a fascinating mystery.Delete
I will be sure to check out your list for the week!
Nadine Brandes was on my list this week too!ReplyDelete
My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2019/01/15/top-ten-tuesday-194/
I'm looking forward to reading more of her books now.;)Delete
The Girl in the Red Hood sounds like my kind of book.ReplyDelete
Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!
All of Brittany's books have been superb, but that one is one of my favorites.;)Delete
I really want to read Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus. It sounds like such a good book.ReplyDelete
My TTT post!
It was amazing! I actually listened to the audiobook, which the author read. I highly recommend it.:)Delete