Hello, everyone and welcome again to another addition of a popular meme; this time it’s the Top Ten Tuesday January 15 edition – and NEW (to us) authors.
That Artsy Reader Girl | January 15: New-to-Me Authors I Read In 2018
Ok, so… fun as this topic is, it’s also something of a challenge. Why? Well, I didn’t read all that many books this year. To be fair, I never read many books because I’m a turtle reader and well, I kind of like keeping my numbers low when I think about it. It tells me that the books I do spend time with mean more to me and I’m actually enjoying those I read.
Nonetheless, I did find a few new-to-me (and in some cases, a debut author or two) author whose novel I enjoyed in 2018. Let’s have a look.
Top Ten Tuesday January 15: Six New-To-Me Author Discoveries in 2018
2: To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han | Yes, I realize I put this book on way too many lists, but what can I say? This book is darling and full of happy moments. Also, the Netflix adaptation is exactly what it needed to be. Amazon | Goodreads
3: The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureno | So glad I remembered to add this one! For some reason I thought I read this one at the end of 2017, but I actually read it in January 2018. Or that’s what I’m learning. Either way, it’s a great read, and I think this is the first book I’ve read by Carla. Amazon | Goodreads
4: Kiss Me in New York by Catherine Rider | This one is adorable. It’s be a YA writing duo, and though it might not be a “think-y” novel, it’s exactly the kind of book I best enjoy reading. Amazon | Goodreads
(*speaking of the INSPYs: make sure to nominate your favorites from 2018 in our 2019 awards! The nomination window closes January 16th!)
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Tell me, what debut authors did you discover this year? Did you like or dislike the new discoveries? Tell me all about some of the new authors you’ve made; I’d love to know about them – so I can read them too, of course!
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