TTT#15 New-To-Me Authors I Read For The First Time In 2016

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Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. I’ll try to participate every week in their list making frenzy =]

 

So it’s been a while for me to make a Top Ten Tuesday… Just like me posting reviews… Haven’t had the right feeling in some time.. I hope that motivation is growing again and I can be as active as I was before =]

 

So this TTT is last weeks TTT, but I like it so I’ll do two TTTs today =]

This one is themed with New-To-Me Authors I Read For The First Time in 2016. I got quite a few. Some authors are very well-known, others are either unknown authors or debut-authors. So here it goes [I’ll do this order of my 2016 reads]:

  • Gaston Leroux
    • Phantom of the Opera
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
    • The Great Gatsby
  • Micheal Scott
    • The Alchemyst
    • The Magician
    • The Sorceress
    • The Necromances
    • The Death of Joan of Arc
    • The Warlock
    • Billy the Kid and the Vampyres of Vegas
    • The Enchantress
  • C.S. Lewis
    • The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
    • Prince Caspian
  • Victoria Aveyard
    • Queen Song
    • Steel Scars
    • Red Queen
    • Glass Sword
  • Marissa Meyer
    • The Little Android
    • Glitches
    • Cinder
    • The Queen’s Army
    • Scarlet
    • Cress
    • Carswell’s Guide to Being Lucky
    • Fairest
    • Winter
    • Stars Above
  • Leigh Bardugo
    • Shadow and Bone
    • Siege and Storm
    • The Witch of Duva
    • The Tailor
    • The Too-Clever Fox
    • Ruin and Rising
    • Demon in the Wood
    • Six of Crows
  • Sarah J. Maas
    • A Court of Thorns and Roses
    • A Court of Mist and Fury
    • The Assassin’s Blade
  • Julie Kagawa
    • The Iron King
    • Winter’s Passage
    • The First Kiss
    • The Iron Daughter
    • The Iron Queen
    • Summer’s Crossing
    • Ash’s Letter to Meghan
    • The Iron Knight
    • An Iron Fey Valentine
    • The Iron Legends
    • Iron’s Prophecy
    • Talon
  • Danielle Paige
    • Dorothy Must Die
    • No Place Lize Oz
    • The Witch Must Burn
    • The Wizard Returns
    • Heart of Tin
    • The Straw King
    • Ruler of Bests
    • The Wicked Will Rise
    • Yellow Brick War
  • Rick Riordan
    • The Sword of Summer
    • Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
    • Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters
  • Sabaa Tahir
    • An Ember in the Ashes
  • A.G. Howard
    • Splintered
    • The Moth in the Mirror
  • Maggie Stiefvater
    • The Raven Boys
    • The Dream thieves
  • Markus Zusak
    • The Book Thief
  • V.E. Schwab
    • A Darker Shade of Magic
  • Emma Newman
    • Between Two Thorns
  • Gaby Triana
    • Wake The Hollow
  • Amanda Bouchet 
    • A Promise of Fire
  • Ransom Riggs
    • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
  • Kass Morgan
    • The 100
  • Stacey Lee
    • Outrun the Moon
  • Jojo Moyes
    • Me Before You
  • Colleen Hoover
    • It Ends With Us
  • Laure Eve
    • The Graces
  • Desiree Williams
    • Sun and Moon
  • Bella Forrest
    • The Gender Game
  • Candy Atkins
    • The Lost Knight
  • Megan Crewe
    • A Mortal Song
  • Samie Sands
    • Lockdown
    • Forgotten
  • Pintip Dunn
    • Forget Tomorrow
    • Before Tomorrow
    • Remember Yesterday
  • C.L. Lynch
    • Chemistry
  • Josephine Angelini
    • Trial by Fire
  • A.M. Justice
    • A Wizard’s Forge
  • Elise Kova
    • The Alchemists of Loom
  • Terry Maggert
    • Halfway Dead

 

So this means I’ve read books of 36 new-to-me authors this year… 14 of them because of review opportunities like XpressoBooks, NetGalley and authors contacting me themselves. 8 of them because of Read-a-Thons. So I think this is a good result if you are thinking about reading work from authors you’ve never read a book from =]

 

In case you’ve missed these:

XoXo Felicia.

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