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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

Posted by Irish in Top Ten Tuesday6 Comments

Graphic made by David at From My Bookshelf

Graphic made by David at From My Bookshelf


Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish this weeks topic is about authors that we’ve only read one book from but really want to read more. Up until recently this list would have also included Emery Lord and Heather Demetrios as I loved their debuts and so if you haven’t read them then you need to check them out. You should also check out the other authors on my list as they’ve all written some pretty good stories.



1) Karen Akins, Loop

far from you

2) Tess Sharpe, Far From You

The Martian

3) Andy Weir, The Martian

What Happens

4) Colleen Clayton, What Happens Next


5) Heather Dixon, Entwined

Way of Kings

6) Brandon Sanderson, The Way of Kings

half bad

7) Sally Green, Half Bad

One & Only

8) Viv Daniels, One & Only


9) Angeline Kace, Wicked Thing

Darker Days

10) Jus Accardo, Darker Days

6 Responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Authors I’ve Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More”

  1. Danielle @ Love at First Page

    Collen Clayton really needs to release a new book! I am in love with What Happens Next.
    Did you know Viv Daniels is also Diana Peterfreund? She wrote For Darkness Shows the Stars/A Star Swept-Sea and those books are soooo good. Fantastic world building. I need to read One and Only myself.
    Can’t wait to start Loop soon!
    Great list, lady!
    Danielle @ Love at First Page recently posted…Top Ten Authors I’ve Read Only One Book From

    • Irish

      I did know that Viv Daniels and Diana Peterfreund are the same person and I love her other books as well. But as she does write under a pseudonym I consider those books to be separate. Just as I do with Morgan Matson/Katie Finn and others who do the same.

  2. Matthew LeDrew

    A really interesting and eclectic list 🙂
    I honestly haven’t read any of these, but based on the covers I’m guessing you like some drama, with some fantasy style novels? Am I close perhaps? If so, check out “Light Lifting” by Alexander MacLeod, I’m sure you won’t be dissappointed 🙂
    Here’s my list. I’ve started doing them on YouTube as an experiment. Like and comment if you get a chance. 🙂