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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Top Ten Authors I've Only Read One Book from but Need to Read More of


It's been a long time since I've done a TTT! My criteria for this one was that every author had to have at least two books released, so no debuts, because then we'd be here all day.

Book I've read: Paper Valentine
Book I want to read next: Fiendish

Book I've read: Of Metal and Wishes
Book I want to read next: Sanctum

Book I've read: To All the Boys I've Loved Before
Book I want to read next: The Summer I Turned Pretty

Book I've read: The Winner's Curse
Book I want to read next: The Shadow Cabinet

Book I've read: Of Beast and Beauty
Book I want to read next: Princess of Thorns

Book I've read: Catching Jordan
Book I want to read next: Stealing Parker

Book I've read: Being Sloane Jacobs
Book I want to read next: Meant to Be

Book I've read: Past Perfect
Book I want to read next: This Song Will Save Your Life

Book I've read: Everything Leads to You
Book I want to read next: The Disenchantments

Book I've read: Illusions of Fate
Book I want to read next: Paranormalcy

Honorable mentions: Maria V. Snyder, Kim Culbertson, David Levithan, Andrew Smith, Mary E. Pearson.

13 comments:

  1. I see you liked Illusions of fate, so I think you will also really like Paranormalcy! She uses the same ingredients there, with a snarky MC and humorous writing-style :) I loved This song will save your life, I should check out Past perfect.

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  2. I really liked Meant to Be, it was a really cute and funny book. And you get a really good idea of what London looks like. I've been to London, but it was still nice to get that London feel again through a book :)

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  3. I also really liked Paper Valentine by Benna Yovanoff, but her other books aren't really calling to me. Although I am marginally interested in Fiendish. Lauren Morrill is adorable. I personally liked Being Sloane Jacobs more than Meant to Be, but I still really liked both.

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  4. I had Jenny Han on my TTT too! I loved To All The Boys I've Loved Before and I heard her other series is really good too, but I'm REALLY excited for P.S. I Still Love You!

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  5. Had my list been longer, I think Jenny Han would've been added to my list; I really enjoyed To All the Boys I Loved Before :)

    My TTT

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  6. Girl, Brenna Yovanoff is GREAT. Her books are always so strange and unique (and STANDALONE). One of the coolest paranormal authors.

    Also, Nina LaCour! I didn't love The Disenchantments as I loved Hold Still (seriously so underrated).

    And yes, the Paranormalcy books are so fun and fluffy and enjoyable. Must read!

    Renae @ Respiring Thoughts

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  7. Haha, I love how we did this post almost EXACTLY the same. ANYWAY YOU SHOULD KNOW WHICH NAME I AM MOST EXCITED ABOUT RIGHT NOW YES YOU SHOULD *cough* *dances*

    I also put Leila Sales on my list, though I am the opposite of you, I've read TSWSYL but not Past Perfect. Giiiiirl TSWSYL is fabulous, but I suspect you know that.

    MEANT TO BE IS ALSO THE FLUFFIEST HAPPIEST OF ALL THINGS. ♥ You will enjoy that banterfluff oh yes you will *cackles*

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  8. Gilly, I love how you set this post up!

    I want you to LOVE TSWSYL so much. It was my favorite book last year. I haven't read Past Perfect yet, though, so I guess I'm the opposite of you!

    If I'd done this list, Lauren Morrill would be on mine too. Your Being Sloane Jacobs review perfectly expresses why it's so awesome.

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  9. I've got some Brenna Yovanoff in my tbr and her books look really good. I need to get round to reading those soon. This Song Will Save Your Life is AMAZING! It's definitely one of my favourites this year, and I really want to read another book by Leila Sales now.

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  10. I haven't read any books by most of these authors, but several are on my TBR list. So that is very promising. I loved the Winner's Curse. Haven't read the other book you mentioned, I'll have to look it up.

    Dreams @ Once Upon A Dream Books

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  11. Nina LaCour is on my list for the same reason. I really enjoyed Everything Leads to You and I definitely want to check out The Disenchantments soon. Also, David Levithan is one I want to read more of; I've only read Will Grayson, Will Grayson, which he co-wrote with John Green. I want to read one of his solo books.
    My TTT

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  12. I've also got some Nina on my list! I adored HOLD STILL, for what that's worth.

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  13. You have so many books listed that I NEED to read!

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