Top Ten Tuesday: Growing the TBR Pile

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It’s time again for the Top Ten Tuesday, courtesy of the Broke and the Bookish.   This week’s subject is the top ten authors you’ve only read one book by but want to read more.

Without any further adieu, here we go.

1.  Hugh Howey –– I finally crossed Wool off my TBR pile and I was intrigued by Howey’s world-building and story.   While Wool was self-contained, I see from GoodReads that it’s part of a larger universe and it’s one that I want to visit again.
2 .  James S.A. Corey — Another book crossed off the TBR pile with Leviathan Awakes.  Great space opera and I’m ready to visit the universe and characters again.
3.  Liane Moriarity —  Just finished Big Little Lies and enjoyed it immensely.   I’m curious to read more by Moriarity.
4.  Craig Johnson – I’ve read the first Longmire novel and have the rest on my TBR list.
5.  Miranda KeneallyBreathe, Annie Breathe was great and I’ve got a couple of her other books on reserve.
6.  Michael Robotham
7.  Jo Walton
8. Andy Weir — While I didn’t love The Martian, I’m curious to see what he does next.
9. Megan Abbott
10. Kelly BraffettSave Yourself was one of my favorite books I read last year.  I’ve had her others on my TBR list since that time but haven’t got to them yet.  As I compose this, I ask myself why and realize I have no good answer.

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4 responses to “Top Ten Tuesday: Growing the TBR Pile

  1. An interesting list. I’ve not finished the Hugh Howie series yet. It will be intriguing to see what you make of No.2
    Lynn

  2. Wool just recently made my TBR quite recently. I have What Alice Forgot by Moriarty, but I haven’t read it yet, and I’ve been dying to get my hands on The Husband’s Secret. That’s three of her books that have had great reviews now. I’ve seen good reviews for Breathe, Annie, Breathe, but for the longest time that cover put me off!

  3. My goodness. I don’t think I’ve read ANY of these authors. I browsed through some Meg Abbott titles and they look interesting, so I might try her!

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