Monday, February 25, 2013

Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Authors I'd Auto-Buy

For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, my list is about the top ten Authors that I’d put on my auto-buy list without question. As a reminder, Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish blog.

   1. Libba Bray – I fell in love with her writing with the Gemma Doyle Series. All I need to know is that she is coming out with a new book and I am on my way to pre-order it in an instant.

       2Kristen Ashley – I first fell in love with Kristen’s writing when I read “The Gamble.”  I loved Nina and Max!

   3. Tiffany Snow – The Kathleen Turner Series…the best romantic suspense books out there! Enough said J

  4. Lisa Renee Jones – If I Were You” introduced me to this this author. I think her writing is awesome.

   5. Tessa Dare – No one make historical romance as fun and entertaining as Tess Dare in my opinion. I absolutely loved “AWeek to be Wicked.”

     6. Sophie Kinsella – I love to shop, so it is pretty understandable that I could relate a little bit to Becky Bloomwood inConfessions of a Shopaholic.”  This series is a lot of fun.

   7. Sara Shepard – The Pretty Little Liars series is a lot better than I expected it to be. Once I started with book one, I did not want to stop.

   8.  Elizabeth Reyes – For romances that are real and male characters that are drool worthy, Elizabeth Reyes knows how to write them. “Making You Mine” was the first book of hers to hook me.

    9.  Agatha Christie – There are not any new books of course, but I still adore her mystery novels. No one writes a mystery like Agatha Christie. And Then There Were None” is my absolute favorite.

     10. Jane Austen - I think Jane Austen is the Queen of true romance stories that can make a girl swoon. I can read “Pride & Prejudice” numerous times and never tire of it.

So which Authors made your list? Show me your links below! J


  1. High five for listing Christie! She's always a comfort read for me. What a great list. Libba Bray is calling me to try her.

    Thanks for stopping by Literary, etc! :)

  2. Agatha Christie rocks. Thanks so much for stopping by! :)

  3. Sophie Kinsella made my list too! OMG I forgot Jane Austen! Great list! My TTT

  4. Libba Bray is most definitely on mine. I wasn't a huge fan of Going Bovine, but nothing else of hers has disappointed me.

    Jane Austen almost made my list, but since I already own every single one of her books I decided to give the spot to someone else :)