Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Top Ten Tuesday

This week's topic is:
Top Ten Favorite New-To-Me Authors...
This one is a bit tricky, because some of the authors only have one book out, so it's difficult to count them as a favorite. I'm sure these author's won't fail to impress with their sophomore works though. Some of these authors I just hadn't gotten around to yet, but am sure glad I did. 
Michelle Hodkin - Though I am not as big of a fan as some people were with Mara Dyer. I definitely have a place on my list for Michelle and Mara. I really enjoyed the first two books and am dying for the next.

Anna Carey - Eve and Once were two novels I read this year and liked a lot more than I had anticipated. 

Kat Rosenfield - LOVED Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone. Loved, Loved, Loved!

Katherine Longshore - Gilt was a very interesting read and I ended up liking it the best out of all the books I read on the subject of the 4th wife. 

Amanda Grace (a.k.a Mandy Hubbard) - But I Love Him and In Too Deep were both intense interesting reads. I am very eager to read more of these books. 

Jessica Spotswood - Born Wicked was a delightful witchy read and I can not wait for the next!

Jennifer E. Smith - The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight! I dare you not to love this novel. Seriously. I also really enjoyed her Middle Grade novel The Storm Makers.

Emma Carlson Berne - Still Waters was so fantastic. I have Never Let You Go at home now and I can not wait to be chilled again!

Erin Morgenstern - Loved The Night Circus, thrilled for the movie as long as they don't ruin it. 

Jeanne Ryan - I really enjoyed Nerve which was excellent because I hadn't heard anything about it, but it turned out to be fab!


The Broke and the Bookish is a group of college aged and twenty somethings that have an unhealthy obsession with reading and would spend every last penny on books even if it meant skipping a few meals. We are the people who lurk in the library, buy handbags based on how many books can be stashed in them, and who refer to characters in books as if they are personal friends.
We sought after other bookish college students to share in our love for reading and were brought together by the College Students group on Goodreads that was created in September 2008. Our desire to share great books with each other in and our tendency to be opinionated and passionate about all things book related naturally led to the birth of The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010.


  1. I haven't read books by any of the authors you mentioned. I have The Night Circus though and I've been dying to read Mara Dyer.

  2. Hi!
    I haven't read any books by any of the authors on your list but I own The Night Circus and I'm really hoping to get Statistical Probability for Christmas!

    My TTT: http://nightmareonbookstreet.blogspot.com/2012/12/top-ten-tuesday-newbie-love.html

  3. I've only read Michelle Hodkin so far off your list, really enjoyed Mara though, and the majority of the others are on my list of authors I NEED to read. Definitely will be trying to check them out soon.

  4. Ooh, good list! I recently re-read Mara #1 and disliked it even more (I know I'm in the minority) but I have the sequel to read - hopefully I like it more. I like that you included Kat and Anna - loved their books!


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