18 August 2015

Top ten of my auto-buy authors

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the lovely girls at The Broke and the Bookish. This Tuesday it's all about our favorite authors, or just authors we've read a lot of books from! 
This Tuesday it's all about our favorite authors, I really don't have that many as I stated in my last Top Ten Tuesday post but I have some! Since I didn't have ten I included some of my previous auto-buy authors with was crossed of the list because I didn't like their other books. 

Rainbow Rowell
After reading and loving Attachments Rainbow Rowell quickly became an auto-buy author, I ordered Fangirl soon after it's release and preordered Landline as soon as I was able to. I've also read Eleanor & Park but it's my least favorite of the bunch. 
Since Carry On is releasing in October I'm going to be preordering it soon!

Rosamund Hodge
I know it's quite quick to say Rosamund Hodge is one of my auto-buy authors since I've only read a single book from her, and a novella, but I love her writing style and I can't wait to read Crimson Bound

J.K. Rowling
Do I really have to say anything? I've yet to get The Silkworm and Very Good Lives but my parents usually buy me her books as gifts so I don't actually buy them myself but they're definitely on my wishlist and I want them all!

Sarah Cross
Sarah has written one of my all time favorite series called Beau Rivage it's fairytale retellings where every character is part of a curse, every fairytale is basically included in the books and I really wish more people would read them! 

Dan Brown
Well, I've accumulated every book he's written without knowing what they're about - I've also read all of them but that's another story. He's probably one of the only authors, aside from J.K. Rowling, where I buy books without knowing anything about them.

Sandy Hall
Yes, I've only read a single book by her; A Little Something Different but it's one of the cutest books I've ever read and I can't wait to read her new book Signs Point to Yes 

Jessica Thompson
Her books have the cutest covers and I got Paper Swans for Christmas and I bought her two other books shortly after - so definitely auto-buy.

Previous auto-buy authors:

John Green
Well, after reading The Fault in Our Stars I got all his other books, I only have Paper Towns left but since all his other books disappointed me he's off my auto-buy list. 

Jennifer E. Smith 
I absolutely loved The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight, I practically ordered her two other books This is What Happy Looks Like and The Geography of You and Me when I'd finished it. I was really disappointed in her other books so I don't know whether to buy, or even read, her new release. 

Katie Cotugno
How to Love was one of my favorite books of 2014 and I preordered 99 Days the moment I found out about it - now having read 99 Days I really regret that. I didn't enjoy it, I didn't like the characters at all and I was definitely disappointed

Who are some of your auto-buy authors? 


  1. Great list! I put J.K. Rowling on mine too, though I don't have her more adult books. I have to agree about John Green, I adored 'The Fault In Our Stars' but didn't overly love 'Paper Towns' or 'Will Grayson, Will Grayson'.

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  2. I understand what you mean with John Green—I really liked TFioS and Looking for Alaska but the others were just meh for me. My list

  3. Love Rainbow! I was going to put JKR on mine but I wasn't impressed with the casual vacancy. I know what you mean about John though. TFIOS was much better than the others.

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  4. I liked Fangirl a lot- and John Green maybe because of Paper Towns, it looks like I'd like but I have not read it yet (or seen the movie), so not sure...

  5. J.K. Rowling is on almost every list, isn't she? She is just that great.
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