Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Debut Authors Who Have Me Looking Forward To Their Sophomore Novel

3 Nov

519KomaC3dL._SX342_BO1,204,203,200_Sadly, I had written a list last week and now can’t seem to find it, so I had to re-create my list again (and couldn’t remember a few of the authors), but I found a few more that I would be excited about as well!

  1. Natalie Lloyd, author of A Snicker of Magic, I am anxiously awaiting The Key to Extraordinary that is due out in February!
  2. Rachel Hartman, author of Seraphina. I know her second book is already out, but I haven’t gotten a chance to read it yet, so I included her on my list!
  3. Emil Sher – I read Young Man with Camera and enjoyed the story immensely.  I’d be excited to see what else Emil has up his sleeve.
  4. Sabaa Tahir – I absolutely loved An Ember in the Ashes and can’t wait to find out what happens in the sequel.
  5. Eric Lindstrom, author of Not If I See You First.  This author portrays blindness in a very real way as Parker tries to navigate high school’s ups and downs, all while not being able to see a thing.  I would truly enjoy reading something else by Eric.
  6. Rubin Pingk, author of Samurai Santa.  The only picture book author on my list – if you can combine Santa and ninjas, you’ve got my vote!
  7. Kate Hattemer, author of The Vigilante Poets of Selwyn Academy.  I really liked this YA novel with down-to-earth teen voice and would love to read something else by Kate.
  8. Maggie Thrash, aiuthor of Honor Girl.  I had the pleasure of seeing Maggie on a panel and getting the chance to meet her a few times now and would love to see another project from her… she’s hysterical, by the way!
  9. Ali Benjamin – although not a light-hearted book, The Truth About Jellyfish was a close-up look at grief and resilience was beautiful and I would gladly read another book by Ali.
  10. Paula Hawkins – the only adult book I’ve read in quite some time, I love psychological thrillers and would love to see a second novel from Paula.
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