Top 5 Wednesday: Authors You Want to Read More From

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Hi everyone!

The topic for Top 5 Wednesday this week is ‘Authors You Want to Read More From’. It was difficult to just narrow it down to 5, but here are some whom I really look forward to reading more of their work.

Top 5 Wednesday was created by Lainey (Gingerreadslainey) and is hosted by Samantha (Thoughts on Tomes). For more information, check out the group on Goodreads.

1. Jandy Nelson

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My favourite young adult novel, I’ll Give You the Sun, is by Jandy Nelson. I have also read her other book The Sky is Everywhere, which was an enjoyable book too. She has a new novel coming out later this year called Fall Boys & Dizzy in Paradise and I am very interested in reading it.

2. B. A. Paris

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B. A. Paris wrote her debut novel Behind Closed Doors in 2016 and I have yet to read her second novel, The Breakdown. I will be reading it in May though, so I am excited to see if it is as good as her first book. Her novels are thrillers, so check them out if you enjoy that genre.

3. Sally Thorne

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I recently read a Sally Thorne book called The Hating Game, which was an amazing page-turner. I would love to read her next book that is coming out in the summer called The Comfort Game. Otherwise, The Hating Game is her only book, so I really want to read more from her.

4. Melissa Brayden

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Melissa Brayden has written a few romance books and the only one from her I have read is Strawberry Summer. So the next time I want to read something for pure enjoyment, I will pick up another one of hers. I might go for her most popular book kiss The Girl.

5. Gillian Flynn 

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The only Gillian Flynn novel I have read is Gone Girl. It was a great book and another by her, Dark Places, sounds very intriguing and I want to give it a go.


It seems that I only really chose women authors, but that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy reading books by men. My favourite genres are quite dominated by women.

Thanks for reading,

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