Top Ten Tuesday: Auto-buy Authors

Hello again and welcome for another edition of Top Ten Tuesday! This week’s theme is Auto-Buy Authors… I don’t even think I have 10 of those, but let’s see. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish.

Top Ten Tuesday

1. J.K. Rowling

I don’t own ALL of her books (cof cof, I’m only missing Casual Vacancy because I haven’t found the cover I like), but even if I haven’t read her adult books yet, it’s a no-brainer for me: she’s the Queen, and I’ll buy everything she writes!

   

2. Cassandra Clare

My second Queen… I own all her physical books, all of them! I still haven’t gotten around to actually read The Iron Trial, but if I see a book my Cassie, I’m going to buy it, regardless of the blurb – which I don’t read most times anyway…

   

3. Sarah J. Maas

I’ve become such a use fan of this lady lately, that if I see a book by her, it’s coming home with me.

  

  

4. Rainbow Rowell

If she writes it and publishes it, I’m buying it! I just love her writing style, I obviously love her stories, but I think that the way she writes is just magical.

  

5. Dan Brown

I’ve said last week that I’m his fan, which means that I have to own all of his books, which I do.

   

6. Jane Austen

She’s not publishing any more books, that’s for sure, but I do own most of them already. I think I’m missing just 2, but I’m waiting to find just the perfect covers to get them. No rush though, they’re classics.

  

7. Becky Albertalli

She might just have written 1 book so far (Simon Vs The Homo Sapiens Agenda), but I’m a fan. She has a fun writing style and she’s so nice and approachable on Twitter, that I know that when she publishes her next one, I’ll be buying it.

     

8. Sabaa Tahir

I loved her writing in An Ember in the Ashes, so is safe to say that I’ll be picking up all the books she puts out.

17 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Auto-buy Authors

    • MyTinyObsessions says:

      they are both amazing! I’m in love with Rainbow’s writing, and Sarah J. Maas has such a simple way of writing such complicated worlds.

      An Ember in the Ashes is great, I can’t wait for the sequel 🙂

  1. Holly says:

    Rainbow Rowell, Cassandra Clare, and J.K. Rowling are all on my list as well! I really need to read more Jane Austen. I read Pride and Prejudice when I was in eighth grade and I don’t think I really took much away from it. I’m planning on rereading it soon and then continuing on with her other books. Can’t wait! 🙂

  2. Josephine says:

    Wonderful picks! Definitely Cassandra Clare, Sarah J Maas and Rainbow Rowell are on my list. I simply need all of their books, because everything I have read by then has so far not let me down. xoxo

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