Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday – New-To-Me Authors of 2015


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.

Top Ten New-To-Me Favorite Authors I Read For The First Time In 2015

  1. It’s hard to believe it’s only been a year, but the wonderful S. Usher Evans was one of the first “new to me” authors of 2015. I think I read Double Life on New Year’s! [Review]
  2. Kelsey Macke quickly became a favorite [local!] author when I read Damsel Distressed. [Review]
  3. Julie Kagawa for the Blood Eden series, even though I still need to read the third one. [Review]
  4. Christina McMullen. I read Kind of Like Life this year, and I look forward to seeing her other works (some of which are already on my kindle). She is also local. [Review]
  5. Rainbow Rowell. I listened to Eleanor & Park over the summer, and instantly fell in love. [Review]

I’ve read more authors than listed above, but they were some I’ve read before. Here are four authors that I hope to read and expect to love before the end of 2015

  1. Heather Letto
  2. Jenna Nelson
  3. Emmie Mears
  4. GS Jennsen

10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – New-To-Me Authors of 2015

  1. Ahhhhh, Rainbow Rowell! I have found another of her faithful unicorns to fangirl with. Let us have a moment of appreciation for her beautiful characters, and a moment of FRUSTRATION for her disappointing endings. *bows head*

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  2. There’s always something exciting about reading local authors, especially when the book is set locally!

    How do you like audiobooks? I feel like I can never quite get into them–they’re too slow for my preferred reading pace.

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  3. Love love loved Eleanor and Park! It’s great to see you liked it too! I’ve been meaning to read Usher Evans’ novels as I’ve been following her on Twitter for a while and gahhhh… TIMEEEEE. I’ll pick it up though once I get the time! Nice list!

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    1. I love Evans! I got to meet her over the summer. Not only are her books good but I just love her as a person!

      Eleanor and Park was so good. I love when a book has a good voice, and it had two!


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