So today I am going to list authors whose work I haven’t read, but would really like to. You know, those authors who have had multiple books published and you hear really good things about them, but you just haven’t got around to reading their work? Let the list commence…
- James Dawson: I’m honestly not sure why I haven’t read one of James Dawsons’ books. I’ve always wanted to read a book that would scare me a little – I mean, I don’t want to be so scared that I have trouble sleeping as I really value my sleep – so I’m interested in James’ Say Her Name which includes Bloody Mary, so that may have me creeped out. Might have to read that with all the lights on and no mirrors in the room, haha.
- Susan Dennard: I haven’t actually known of Susan Dennard for very long; if I’m correct, then Susan is a close friend of Sarah J. Maas – whom I’m a huge fan of – and this is how I heard of her, I think. There has been a lot of buzz surrounding her new upcoming book Truthwitch, and it has ‘witch’ in the title, so I’m intrigued.
- Derek Landy: I feel as though Derek Landy has been around for a while – I could be wrong – and I’ve heard great things about his books, so I one day look forward to reading his work.
- A.G. Howard: I really want to read Howards’ ‘Splintered’ series! I’ve heard amazing things about it and hello…it’s an Alice in Wonderland retelling, so hell yes.
- Libba Bray: It turns out, that Libba Bray actually has more books published than I realised, but the book that really put her on my radar is The Diviners.
- Rae Carson – Okay, so it’s probably no secret that I like strong female characters, but not only have I heard nothing bad said about Rae Carsons’ books (until just a moment ago when I looked on Goodreads, where there was a couple, but there always are. Way to burst my bubble, haha), but I’ve heard good things about Elise from The Girl of Fire and Thorns and that there is character development, which I love. I really want to read this book!