When it comes to authors, I have my favorites and somehow, even back when I was reading a lot (for me), I always made time for their new novels. This meant that while I was extremely excited for new books that sounded fun by new authors, I didn’t read them. Some of the time anyway. Some of these authors still own real estate on my shelf, there are still some I haven’t read. This is why today we dedicate space to ten authors I still haven’t read. But really want to!
Among these ten authors, all have varying space on my shelves still – even with my itchy unhaul fingers! Let’s meet these authors and discover what books we have from them.
TEN AUTHORS I STILL HAVEN’T READ
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1: JENNIFER LYNN BARNES
I’ve wanted to read some of Jennifer’s books for a long time now! Just need to buckle down and actually read them. How about you? Have you read her books? Amazon
2: ROBYN CARR
Books: Virgin River
I really liked seasons one and two of Virgin River (haven’t watched the latest yet) so I picked up the book. But since I’ve seen the series, question now is, would I actually read the book? Amazon | Goodreads
3: KATHERINE CENTER
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4: SARAH DESSEN
Reading a novel by Dessen is something I plan to imminently remedy. I had her books on my shelf for years only to finally unhaul them. Then, while I swear I did have Along for the Ride, I couldn’t find it anywhere, so I bought a copy hopeful I’ll read it prior to the May 6 film adaptation! Amazon
5: MELISSA FERGUSON
I intended to read Melissa’s books WAY back when, and didn’t get the chance. Their promotion and “look” is very cute and fun rom-com, but a reader friend was just saying (even based on what the authors says about her books), they fall more into women’s fiction. Definitely not what I’d expect. Amazon
6: EMIKO JEAN
Books: Tokyo Ever After
7: MARISSA MEYER
Finally am unhauling the Lunar Chronicles because, well, I just cannot keep these books I don’t think I’ll read. It’s not that I think I’ll not like them, but rather that I cannot keep books I’m just not read and maybe someone else will be able to enjoy them. But I do still own Instant Karma. Amazon
8: JANDY NELSON
Books: The Sky is Everywhere
I picked this book up thinking I’d read it because of the adaptation. Now I doubt I’ll read it (mistake buy) because I’m not buying another streaming service and secondly, I actually don’t think I’d like the story. Have you read this one? Amazon | Goodreads
9: TAYLOR JENKINS REID
Books: One True Loves
So many love Taylor’s books, most especially books like Daisy Jones and the Six or The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo. Neither are books I’ve picked up, but I do own One True Loves, and as it’s being adapted, I will try to make a goal to read it. Amazon | Goodreads
10: CHRISTINE RICCIO
Books: Again, But Better
Love or hate her books, Christine is a popular author because of her large Youtube following. I own her debut novel and have as yet to read it. Thankfully I’ve made sure NOT to buy her second book yet since I don’t know if I like her style or the type of book she writes (something I REALLY want to be better at). Did you read it? Amazon | Goodreads
Your turn! Did you read any of these? Which ones have you read and liked? Which ones would you read? Do any sound like authors you’d enjoy? Comment all the comments below! Let’s chat.
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