Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week, she posts an idea relating to books and encourages other book bloggers to respond with their own top ten lists.
This week’s topic is “top ten authors I’ve only read one book from but NEED to read more.” This was pretty difficult to compile; usually, I stick with reading my favourite authors, and when I discover an author that I adore, I tend to seek out all the rest of their books.
1. Marissa Meyer
I’ve only read Cinder, but have heard so many good things about the rest of the Lunar Chronicles that I should probably get on reading them!
2. Lauren Myracle
While I wasn’t a huge fan of The Infinite Moment of Us, I’ve been told that her Winnie Years series is definitely worth reading.
3. Laurie Halse Anderson
I liked The Impossible Knife of Memory, but have yet to read her other books… despite having been given them as recommendations SO many times.
4. Sarra Manning
I gushed over Adorkable for so long, but still haven’t picked up another one of Manning’s books. I think it’s because I honestly have no idea where to start, but I’m hopefully going to remedy this soon!
5. Jandy Nelson
The Sky is Everywhere is a book that’s quite dear to me, so now that I’ll Give You the Sun has finally been released, it’s definitely going to be given the opportunity to break my heart.
6. Ruta Sepetys
I finally got around to reading Out of the Easy this year, and it was just as amazing as everyone said. Between Shades of Grey is on my wishlist, so hopefully I’ll give it a read sometime soon!
7. Cat Winters
In the Shadow of Blackbirds was deliciously creepy and atmospheric – the kind of book that I’d love to read more of. The Cure for Dreaming is definitely on my need-to-read list… if only October weren’t so far away!
8. Barry Lyga
I’m ashamed to admit that I haven’t finished reading his Jasper Dent series – especially given how much I enjoyed I Hunt Killers. I’ve been delaying watching season two of Hannibal (it’s far too creepy to watch alone!) so binge reading the rest of the series may just be my next priority.
9. Brenna Yovanoff
Her stories in The Curiosities were so creepy yet enthralling, so I’d love to see what a complete novel by her would be like!
10. Erin Morgenstern
The Night Circus is one of my absolute favourite books, so I’m desperately waiting for Morgenstern to release another. Preferably soon and about the circus, but I’d be fine with anything, really.
Which authors do you NEED to read more from? Leave me a list or a link to your Top Ten Tuesday post in the comments below.