Where's Kristen's opinion on this? Well, from now on we'll be switching off doing Top Ten Tuesday. This week's prompt is Top Ten Authors That I'd Put on My Auto-Buy List.
- Veronica Roth. Veronica Roth has been an inspiration to me since I read Divergent. Honestly, I don't think I'd be reading as much as I do now, and this blog probably wouldn't even exist. She is also my writing inspiration. If I ever met her, I don't even know what I'd say. I think I'd be so starstruck that I'd freeze up right there. I will read anything that she writes.
- Tahereh Mafi. Oh, Tahereh Mafi. She's
funnyhilarious (if you've read Shatter Me, you'd get what I did there) and I don't think I will ever forget her books. She writes captivating characters. Sometimes they're almost too captivating. In a good way. :D
- Michelle Hodkin. Being the author that ripped my heart out in The Evolution of Mara Dyer, Michelle Hodkin is one of the authors that I love the most. She had so much power over me that I moped around the house for a day, too sad to do anything. Yeah. She's that powerful.
- Leigh Bardugo. Shadow and Bone was perfect. I usually don't tend to like fantasy books (like, witches and wizards--Grishas, in this case), but this one was different. I'm not sure why, maybe it was the characters or the setting. Anyway, it was really good.
- Lauren Oliver. Lauren Oliver has written quite a few books, some of which are Delirium and Before I Fall. I still need to read Liesel and Po and The Spindlers, even though they're more fantasy than the kinds of books that I enjoy.
- Ally Condie.
- Laini Taylor.
- Suzanne Collins. I read The Hunger Games in fifth grade. That was four years ago. Wow. It only seems like last year. Honestly, I didn't love Mockingjay, but I'd still read more.
- Sarah Rees Brennan.
- Steven Moffat. If he ever writes any books. He sure does a brilliant job writing Doctor Who and Sherlock.
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