Top Ten Tuesday | Auto-Buy Authors

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

Anyone else dying from the heat? I am jumping from one air-conditioned place to the next so I don’t have to feel it. πŸ˜‚

Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is all about auto-buy authors. And I want to highlight an almost all-female list. I could make this list endless. But the chosen picks are some of my favourites.

I hope you all love my choices!

Margaret Rogerson

Photo by Alice Stallcup Photography

Margaret made waves with her lyrical debut, An Enchantment of Ravens. Many readers compared it to other fae titles, but I found it unique. Ever since then, I knew I wanted to see what else she could craft. And I have to say anything she writes will be on my TBR list.


Jay Kristoff and Amie Kaufman

Photo by Christopher Tovo

I can’t separate them. I can’t. You can’t. The universe can’t. So I don’t see the point. These two authors are perfect for each other. They complement each other’s writing and create whacky, explosive worlds. Even though I’ve read only Aurora Rising, I need to get to their other series soon.


Roshani Chokshi

Photo by Aman Sharma

Over the years, I heard tons of praise of Roshani but never picked up any of her books until I bought The Gilded Wolves. What was I thinking?! I love how she builds her characters and cannot wait to read more.


Coralee June

I wasn’t sure if I would continue to read reverse harem anymore. But Coralee changed my mind. I love the genre, but you need to find the right authors to keep you reading it. I am eagerly waiting to get to her other series. The Bullets isn’t enough. I need more.


Holly Black

Photo by Sharona Jacobs

She may be the queen of the faeries. And I am regretting not reading all her titles. She’s not afraid to take risks with her writing. Exploring her fictional worlds is a pleasure for any reader.


Somaiya Daud

Photo by Jessica Woods

I am at awe with Somaiya’s debut novel, Mirage. And while we have to wait for the sequel, I don’t think we should rush her. Her storytelling is eloquent and deserves all the love.


Stephanie Garber

Photo by Matthew Moores

What else can I say about one of my favourite authors? I’m not sure. But I haven’t left her Caraval series. She draws you in, giving you just the right fantasy story. I can only imagine what’ll whip up.

18 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | Auto-Buy Authors

  1. Yaas awesome list! Jay & Amie made it onto my list as well πŸ˜ƒ Also, after reading Sorcery of Thorns I’m so excited to read more from Margaret Rogerson. If I love An Enchantment of Ravens, she’ll definitely be another auto buy author!

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