Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. I’ve ignored the rules a bit this week because I do not have auto-buy authors. I would love it if I did, but I currently have no money, so I’m very nearly on book buying ban imposed by necessity. Instead, I’ve listed ten authors for whom I hope one day to have read every word they’ve published.
- Neil Gaiman
I will probably never manage to read every book this fiction producing machine has published, but I’ll also never stop trying.
- Kate Atkinson
I studied her first novel at school and never looked back.
- Maria V. Snyder
A recent discovery. So far I’ve only read two books, but I will catch up.
- Margaret Atwood
I have more than one of her books in my tbr pile currently, which is normally against my self-imposed rules. I should really get on that.
- John Green
One of the few people on this list whose work I’m actually very nearly up to date with. I’ve read all his novels, anyway.
- Cassandra Clare
I’m currently reading her books more slowly than she writes them, so this could take a while.
- Jostein Gaarder
If any of his books don’t get translated to English I’m screwed.
- Marissa Meyer
I preordered Winter today *bounces*.
- Catherynne M. Valente
I’ve actually only read one of Valente’s books so far, but I’ll get there.
- Rainbow Rowell
I’m up to date with her YA, but have yet to get to her adult work. I don’t know why that is, because Attachments sounds So. Good.
Bonus: Terry Pratchett
Sadly he will never be an auto-buy author because there
will be no more books after The Shepherd’s Crown, but I
won’t stop until I’ve read every Discworld book there ever