So I am going to review some of the my new fav authors that I read for the first time in 2020 and the ones I will def keep reading and also try to read others books by this author in general. So lets get into it!
Julie Buxbaum: I have read different books by this author and really love her writing style and her characters. My fav book is def what to say next but they all where quite fun!
Abi Elphinstone: This was a middle grade series that captured my heart from page one. I really loved this book and the writing style was super fun. I will def read more by this in the future.
Marisa Kanter: I really loved this contemporary read and thought that she took such a fun book types and made unique read. I found it to be fun read and would def read more books by this author in the future.
Where Dreams Descend: I was immediately captured by this book and the world building that happen. It was such a lush world that I was easily able to follow and another early read that you must check out in June.
All the Stars and Teeth: This was another new author to me that I really enjoyed. I loved her characters fast pace nature of the plot and also the world building and setting. Very strong read!
Tweet Cute: This author is one that his high on my new author list. I really enjoyed this read and loved the set up, characters and plot and nice balance between romance and self exploration.
Julie C Dao: This is another fantsay that caught my attention this year. I really loved her wordbuilding, diverse character and a quest novel.
Rebecca McLaughlin: Again this was a super fun new voice that I found and really liked her first novel. I am def ill be reading more by her in the future.
Catherine Doyle: This is another new middle grade that caught my attention and even though this book was not my favorite that series concept is one that I want to keep reading.
Let me know what are some authors that are new to you in 2020 that you really liked and would read more of
So this was a fun post to create because I follow a lot of authors and here are the top of the list are the following who are just fun to follow.
Alex Bracken (fun emails!!)
Sarah J Mass
So here are some of the authors who various social media premise I enjoy following. Sorry for the lack of videos this week, My voice is super horse from teaching! Let me know some of your favorites in the comments!
So I ran out of time to film this video, but because I am trying to diversify my reading habits here are some adult mysteries that I recently added to my TBR! I hope some of these titles and authors motivate you to pick up up some new reads!!
The Lost Girls of Paris by Pam Jenoff
The Daughter of Sherlock Holmes by Leonard Goldberg