Amanda’s Top Ten Tuesday – Popular Authors

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s prompt is popular authors I’ve never read. I thought this was an interesting topic and I’m excited to see what I come up with.
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1)Jane Austen– She’s someone that’s on my list of books to get around to eventually. Most people are surprised I haven’t read anything by her.

2)Mercedes Lackey– Although Antonia has tried her hardest, she hasn’t gotten me to actually pick up anything by her.

3)Marissa Meyer– Her book Cinder has me a bit interested. She’s another author I just haven’t gotten around to reading yet.

4)Tahereh Mafi– I actually tried to get the Shatter Me series on my last visit to the library, but the series was incomplete.

5)George R. R. Martin– I’ve been putting this series off for as long as it’s been popular. I know I’ll probably read them eventually, but I have more important books to read.

6)Gillian Flynn– I just haven’t gotten around to getting Gone Girl from my library yet.

7)Stephanie Perkins– She wrote Anna and the French Kiss. I’ve seen a lot of reviews and good things about this author.

8)J.R.R. Tolkien– I have never read any of the Lord of the Rings book, only seen the movies. I really don’t think I’ll ever read them.

9)Phillip Pullman– I tried to read The Golden Compass book when I was younger and just couldn’t stay interested. I’ve thought about giving them another try, but who knows.

10)Sherrilyn Kenyon– Another author Antonia would love for me to read. I’ve tried to read Infinity before, but it never seems to happen. It’s definitely on my list though.

These are my top ten popular author I’ve never read. What do you think? What are yours?

Keep on reading lovelys, Amanda.

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One response to “Amanda’s Top Ten Tuesday – Popular Authors

  • KG

    Same here with J.R.R Tolkien & George R.R. Martin, my friends get offended when I say that I might never read them 🙂
    Gillian’s Dark Places is in my to-read list and I hope it is as good as the other too. Gone Girl was too good to skip.

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