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16 September 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

'Top Ten Tuesday' is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. I love making lists, so this feature fits me perfectly! If you also take part in this feature or have any additions to my lists, please get in touch; I'd love to hear from you!
 
 
Top Ten Authors I've Only Read One Book From But NEED to Read More

Another week, another Tuesday, another top 10 of books! Since I started my own book blog in the Spring of 2013 I've been lucky enough to have been introduced to numerous new authors. This week's top 10 focuses on authors I've only read one book from but I'm definitely curious to check out more of their work. Whose authors can't you wait to check out again? I'd love to hear from you! :) 



1. Jessica Brockmole



I was lucky enough to be part of the blog tour for Jessica Brockmole's wonderful novel 'Letters from Skye' in July this year (click here to read my review). I really loved the book and I can't wait to read more of her work in the future.




2. Kerry Fisher



I got the chance to read and review 'The School Gate Survival Guide' earlier this year (click here to read my review) and I absolutely loved it. I think Kerry Fisher has a lot in store for us and I look forward to picking up her other books! 




3. Diane Chamberlain



Last year I was introduced to author Diane Chamberlain and I fell in love with her amazing novel 'Necessary Lies' (click here to read my review). Luckily for me, Diane has released numerous books over the years and I can't wait to get lost in another one of her stories.




4. Joanne Phillips



Author Joanne Phillips contacted me herself about possibly reviewing her novel 'Cupid's Way' and I ended up really enjoying it (click here to read my review). Joanne Phillips is a wonderful author with a writing style I thoroughly enjoyed, and I hope to enjoy more of her work soon!




5. Sophie Ranald



Another fabulous novel I got to review this year is Sophie Ranald's 'A Groom With a View' (click here to read my review). It's a brilliant chick lit read and I'm 100% positive Sophie's future novels will not disappoint either!




6. Lucy Diamond



One of my very first review books was Lucy Diamond's lovely novel 'Me and Mr. Jones' (click here to read my review). I have Lucy's latest book 'One Night in Italy' lying on my to-read pile and I really look forward to picking it up! 




7. Laura Tait & Jimmy Rice



Laura Tait and Jimmy Rice's debut novel 'The Best Thing That Never Happened to Me' is one of my favourite novels of 2014 so far (click here to read my review) and I have my fingers crossed Laura and Jimmy will release another book very soon!




8. Fiona Valpy



Fiona Valpy's novel 'The French for Always' is a fantastic read that will immediately make you long for those lovely summer days in the sun (click here to read my review). I've heard Fiona is releasing a Christmas novel at the end of this year and I look forward to picking it up!




9. Rosie Blake



Rosie Blake's debut novel 'How to Get a (Love) Life' is a must-read for any chick lit fan (click here to read my review). I hope a second novel will be coming our way soon, because I can't wait to read some more of her work.




10. Amy Silver



Amy Silver's 'The Reunion' is one of the most gripping novels I've ever read (click here to read my review) and I want to check out more of her work as soon as I can.

2 comments:

  1. Wow! All of these look so good! I will definitely have to add a couple to my TBR pile!

    -dee @The Book Curmudgeon
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