Top Ten Tuesday – Authors I Haven’t Read, But Want To

Today’s Topic: Authors I Haven’t Read, But Want To

Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl

I’m pretty author-loyal and although I do look for books by authors who are new to me, the majority of my reading choices are by authors I know and trust. So finding options for this week’s theme was a challenge. So I was forced to comb through my TBR pile to look for books by authors I’ve not read before. Joy CallowayThe Grand Design –The Greenbriar Resort in West Virginia has long been on my travel dream list. So this novel based on a true story featuring the resort certainly piqued my interest. Plus that eye-catching cover design only increased my need to read this. Jess HeilemanThe Nabob’s Daughter – I’m fascinated by stories about Colonial India and the clash of cultures present. This one had really good reviews, so I thought I would give it a chance. Jen FrederickSeoulmates – Since I’ve been all about the K-dramas lately, I’m very interested in reading a book set in Seoul. Upon further research I discovered I already have the first book in this series on my TBR list so clearly I need to check this out. Anna Schmidt High-Wire Heartbreak -Ever since I read another circus themed book (The Ringmaster’s Wife) I’ve been intrigued by the Ringling’s home in Florida, Ca d’Zan and the Ringlings themselves.

Jennifer DeibelThe Lady of Galway Manor – It’s set in 1920’s Ireland during the Irish War for Independence. I’m already sold! Courtney Ellis At Summer’s End – Since I’m burned out on books set during WWII, I’ve been on the lookout for different historical settings and this one fits the bill. Plus, I’m very intrigued by the idea of a female artist. Isabelle BroomA Year and a Day – I can’t remember who first recommended this author to me, but she’s been hovering around my need to read list for a while. Tiffany OdekirkSummerhaven – In all honesty, this drew my attention because I’m always on the lookout for books resembling those by one of my favorite historical fiction authors. Julianne Donaldson. Though Donaldson sets the standards high, my hopes for this story are also high. Sian Ann BesseyThe Gem Thief – This is another author that has been on my list for a while. Particularly since it has a unique story line about a female jewelry designer.

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3 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Authors I Haven’t Read, But Want To”

  1. That Heart and Seoul series by Frederick is so good! I hope we get more books in it. I would also love for her to write more of her Gridiron series. She’s an amazing romance author. Her collabs as Erin Watt are also fun.

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