Hi everyone! I’m here with my first Top Ten Tuesday! I saw the prompt for this week and knew that I was going to do it because this is a post that I have been meaning to write for quite some time. The authors below are listed in no particular order.
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Jennifer L. Armentrout
Y’all, if you haven’t read any of Jennifer’s books, I high recommend that you do! She is one of my favorite authors because of her ability to write different genres. She writes adult, new adult, young adult; then within those genres, it’s a range from fantasy, paranormal/sci-fi, contemporary, to even mythology. This lady can write it ALL!!!
Kasie’s contemporary novels are fun and lighthearted with the right amount of drama to keep you from feeling overwhelmed. The content of her stories range from being in different socioeconomical classes to falling in love with the boy next door to inadvertently falling in love with the enemy. Each of Kasie’s contemporary books are standalones and fast reads, perfect for when you need a quick read!
I absolutely love Sarah’s books. They are a little bit heavier that Kasie’s books but still have a fun quality about them. All of Sarah’s books are standalones, but they normally take place around the same couple of towns, allowing us to catch glimpses of past characters. There’s something relatable in all of her books that I can’t quite pinpoint.
I love Miranda books because they are all sport related because I’m wasn’t the sports type of person in school, so I get to live through these characters. Each of Miranda’s books follow different characters throughout a certain period of time during high school at Hundred Oaks. The sports range from running to swimming to baseball and softball to horseback riding to everything else in between.
Katie is one of the authors that I have started to read in the last two to three years, and I’m almost caught up with what she has published. She has a couple of different companion series out, Say You’ll Remember Me, and Only A Breath Apart. I’ll be honest her books are on the heavier side and are quite raw because some of the focus on motorcycle gangs to MMA fighting.
If you’re like me, then you know how Cassandra can hook you into the Shadowhunter’s world. Sure, I’m currently behind on a few of her latest books, but don’t you worry they’re sitting in my room waiting to be read. Cassandra has the ability to weave together different time periods into this one large monster series that captivates me into the full history of Shadowhunters.
Erin Watt is the pseudonym for two co-authors. They write those types of books that are pitched as YA but are leaning more towards the NA side of the book world. All of their books are contemporary. They currently have published the Royals Series about a girl going to live with her godfather and his five sons, When It’s Real about a girl fake dating a cold, playboy musician, and One Small Thing about a girl dealing with the loss of her sister while falling for the guy that is accused of her death.
Morgan is another YA contemporary author that writes amazing stories. She has books that deals with second chance loves, family problems like divorce and death, and stressful cross-country moves. All of her books have a summer like quality that gives me the warm fuzzies despite some of the hardship that occurs.
Gahhh. Wendy is like Jennifer, she is able to write books outside of one genre. She has adult and YA books that fall into a multitude of categories from contemporary to fantasy to mythology. She has captivated my heart from the first book that I have read by her years ago.
Who are some of your auto buy authors? Do we have any of the same authors? Let me know below!
Happy reading until next time,