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Top Ten Tuesday; Authors I Haven’t Read But Want To

Top Ten Tuesday is held by Jana over at That Artsy Reader Girl
Today’s topic is authors I haven’t read but want to!

1. Kasie West

2. J.R.R. Tolkien

3. Tahereh Mafi

4. Maureen Johnson

5. Abby Jimenez

6. Erin A. Craig

7. Jenn Bennett

8. Tessa Bailey

9. Jane Austin

10. Margaret Atwood

Have you read any of these authors? If so, which book should I start on?

9 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday; Authors I Haven’t Read But Want To

  1. Ooh, you’ve got some biggies on here! I cried when I read my last Austen – I’m jealous that you’ve still got them all to read! I’m a huge Atwood fan and have read all of hers – start with Handmaid’s Tale, but Alias Grace is my favourite.

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  2. It’s so cool you get to experience Tolkien and Atwood for the first time!

    For Tolkien, I’d recommend starting with The Hobbit. It’s shorter than his other works and a good introduction to the lore.

    For Atwood, I’d recommend Alias Grace because of it’s happy ending (unless you like more uncertain endings and prefer to start with her most famous work, The Handmaid’s Tale). She’s a wonderful storyteller either way.

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  3. I love Kasie West, I have to be in the mood for Jane Austen, and I wasn’t a huge fan of Margaret Atwood. (I know it’s sacrilege, lol). I hope you love each and every one of these authors and their books when you do finally read them. 🙂

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