Top 5 Wednesday: Authors You Want to Read More From


Talk about some authors that you’ve only read one or a few books from, and you NEED to read more!

Today’s topic is actually about book inspired themed party events but I’m going to talk about a previous topic from last month instead. I completely forgot to post this last month, and since I don’t have a good list for this prompt, I thought why not post this instead? 

1. David Levithan

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I’ve only read Every Day by Levithan, and thoroughly enjoyed it. The story is one of the most unique and original stories I’ve read in a while that shows us how attached we are to the labels we give ourselves. I also haven’t read that many books specifically about LGBT characters so I am very interested in what Levithan has to say in his other books.

2.  Jennifer L. Armentrout

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The first and only book I’ve read by Armentrout is The Problem With Forever and it gave me ALL the feels from a happy giddy excitement to a heartbreaking teary eyes mess, and not to mention how relatable I found the main character was (to me anyway). Anyone who can write a book that makes me feel all that deserves to be read more.

 3. Sarah Dessen

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I feel indecisive about Dessen’s books because I can’t make up my mind as to whether I like her or not. I read Along for the Ride and absolutely loved it. Then I read The Moon and More and was left with a disappointment. So, there’s not a real NEED to read more of her books, but I would like to give her one more try.

4. Octavia E. Butler

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If you’ve read my review of “Bloodchild” then you know why this amazing woman is on the list. That story was so captivating and interesting and amazing, that I would love to read more of her work.

5. Craig Thompson

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Thompson is on the list for the same reason Dessen is on the list. I loved Blankets and it’s one of my favorite graphic novels. I also really love his artwork. But, I did not like Habibi as a story. I didn’t understand the story he was trying to tell and a lot of things went over my head.

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