Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Need to Read by Favorite Authors


Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Need to Read by Favorite Authors

Hello, readers and friends. Like it does every week, Tuesday is here again. All of my fellow bookworms knows what this means. It’s Top Ten Tuesday time.

That Artsy Reader Girl September 25: Books By My Favorite Authors That I Still Haven’t Read

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 When it comes to favorite authors, I feel like I devour their books in record time. But on occasion some of those backlist titles slip past my notice. Some favorite authors and the books I have not read by them will be down below. Looking over this list, I realize lots of these books are “on repeat” titles. When the same books keep appearing on lists, this is when I kind of know I’m way behind on some of those favorite authors and their respective backlist of titles.

On the list is young adult fiction, mysteries and of course, romance (because I’m a romantic of a sort). Their genres notwithstanding, all are must-reads for various reasons. Let’s get to taking a look-see.

Top Ten Tuesday | Books I Need to Read by Favorite Authors

1: The One by Kiera Cass | Haven’t read this one yet despite having fond memories of The Selection, which was probably my first YA read. I know, I’m old-fashioned and am behind the pop culture, “cool” times. Amazon | Goodreads

2: Chasing Secrets by Lynette Eason | This is one of my favorites suspense series ever! It’s about a group of female bodyguards and is just so good. Which begs the question: why haven’t I read this fourth novel!? Amazon | Goodreads

3: A Loyal Heart by Jody Hedlund | What a fun surprise it is to discover Jody releasing not one but two more medieval romances in her YA series. The first three books are charming and delightful, so I anticipate not only this novel, but also her newest, A Worthy Rebel. Amazon | Goodreads

4: Just Between You and Me by Jenny B. Jones | Jenny is my go-to funny reads author. Her books are contemporary bliss in book format. This is why I cannot believe I haven’t yet read this one! Or her newest novel for that matter. Time to dust these pretties off. Amazon | Goodreads

5: Murder at the Flamingo by Rachel McMillan | Despite not being an avid historical reader, I do love a good Rachel McMillan novel. This is why it’s a bit surprising for me to discover I’ve yet to read the first novel in her newest series. I mean, the cover alone looks like my kind of bookish party. Amazon | Goodreads

6: Isla and the Happily Ever After by Stephanie Perkins | Loved Anna and her Parisian adventures, and I enjoyed Lola’s story, so why haven’t I read Isla’s!? Amazon | Goodreads

7: Geek Girl: Model Misfit by Holly Smale | Love the ‘Geek Girl,’ Harriet Manners. Needless to say, I need to revisit her fun world of misfits. Amazon | Goodreads

8: Rescue Me by Susan May Warren | Oh, look at this. One of last week’s titles makes it onto this week’s list too! *aka I should read this one asap* Amazon | Goodreads

9: Reclaiming Shilo Snow by Mary Weber | Reading book two in Mary’s latest duo is a must on my to-read-in-2018 list! Considering how rapid this year is approaching its close, I’d say I’d best get to reading. (Also, who else things her upcoming novel sounds amazing!?) Amazon | Goodreads

10: By Your Side by Kasie West | It’s Kasie West. Those of you who’ve read this blog for any length of time knows this is enough said. Amazon | Goodreads

BONUS! Authors who also fit on this list include: Sarah Sundin,


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Tell me, who do you count as favorites? Which of their books haven’t you yet read? Which ones are you most anxious to read!? Comment all the bookish thoughts down below.

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About Rissi JC

amateur graphic designer. confirmed bookaholic. bubbl’r enthusiast. critical thinker. miswesterner. social media coordinator. writer.


    1. I love all of the books I’ve read by Kasie (so far). If I had to choose, I’d say either Lucky in Love (though I think I’m the unpopular opinion here) or On the Fence. Hope you enjoy more from Kasie if you read more, Victoria!! Thanks for the visit. :)

  1. It’s tough when I find a new-to-me author, or I just finally read one of their books and then I have a ton of backlist titles I need to get to. LOL From your list, I have read Isla and the Happily Ever After though and I really liked it.


    1. Glad to know ‘Isla’ is good, Lauren! I agree. It is tough. But at the time time, it’s kind of fun to know we have ALL these stories yet to discover. :)

      Thanks for the visit.

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