Today’s Topic: Books By My Favorite Authors That I Still Haven’t Read
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
If I really love an author, I will read every book they have ever written. So it is rare for me to have any unread books among my favorite authors’ book lists. Still, sometimes it happens. Usually, it’s just a case of not yet having had the time to read their latest releases as is the case with most of those on today’s list.
Kristy Cambron, The Illusionist’s Apprentice-I love this author’s time-slip and historical novels. I’ve actually started this one twice now and gotten distracted with other books. I WILL finish it though one of these days.
Becky Wade, Falling for You -I’m a fan of Wade’s contemporary romances. And I’ve been dying to read the latest in her new series. It even features a crossover character from a previous series.
Kristin Billerbeck, The Theory of Happily Ever After -It’s been a long time since Billerbeck released a new novel. I’ve always enjoyed her chick-lit romantic comedies and this one sounds like a lot of fun.
Ronie Kendig, Thirst of Steel -The conclusion to Ronie Kendig’s latest military action series, this is a must read for me. And I also think this series is her best yet.
Ginny L Ytrrup, Home -Ytrrup writes compelling fiction about deeply emotional topics which always stirs up my compassionate side and makes me cry. I bought this story last year and still haven’t gotten around to it.
Rachel McMillan, Herringford and Watts Mysteries -I’m ashamed to admit I’m only half way through this author’s debut series, even though I’m caught up with her newest releases in others.
Joanne Bischof, To Get To You, & My Hope is Found -I always know I can count on a Bischof novel to give me a beautiful and moving reading experience. She has a way with words. The first is a stand-alone YA novel and the second is the last book in a historical series I need to finish.
Becky Doughty, Gia and the Blast from the Past -Becky Doughty is an indie author who seems to be flying under the radar, but I’m a big fan. This book is the last in her Gustafson Girls (sisters) series which I’ve really enjoyed.
Amy Harmon, Purgatory Series -Anyone who follows my posts knows I am a huge Amy Harmon fan. These two books are the only ones of her backlist that I haven’t read yet.
Which of these would you recommend I read first? Who are some of your favorite authors?