Top Ten Tuesday | New-to-Me Authors I Read in 2020

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

Since I bought my Kindle, I’ve been steaming through tons of books. And I’ve met new authors in the process. Do I regret my decision? No. I’m loving it.

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 new-to-me authors I read in 2020.

Enjoy the post!

Crystal Ash

I’ve read only her Steel Demons MC series, but I love her work. Crystal is one of those authors who write genuine and heart-wrenching novels.


Avery Song

I’ve seen a lot about Avery, but I never jumped into her series before. And I was wrong for hesitating to do so. I love how to delves into the dark storylines.


J. Bree

Excuse me, but I must fangirl about this author. She’s my top five, and I cannot get enough of her work, characters, and storytelling. I love a dark and gritty romance, but she takes it to another level.


Penelope Douglas

Erin, one member of our blogger squad, recommended us Penelope’s Devil’s Night. And I haven’t looked back. I heard of her other books, but I’m surprised by how much I obsessed over her books.


C. M. Stunich

I’ve seen a lot of Stunich. She’s one of the big guns in the reverse harem community. But I didn’t read any of her novels until last year. I wish I took a risk on her years ago. I love her work.

10 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday | New-to-Me Authors I Read in 2020

  1. Ooh, I think Douglas was a new-to-me author in 2020 as well (although I can’t be sure if it was 2020 or 2019 honestly LOL). Looking forward to trying more of her books! Hope you discover even more awesome authors this year 😊


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