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Top Ten Tuesday: Top Ten Auto-Buy Authors

It's Tuesday which means that it is time for a Top Ten Tuesday post. This week's topic is top ten auto-buy authors. The Top Ten Tuesday feature was created by The Broke and the Bookish and more about it can be found here. Let's get started...



Honourable Mentions:

-Marissa Meyer- I really love the Lunar Chronicles so will happily buy anything that she writes in the future.
- Veronica Roth- I had problems with Allegiant like so many people but I would like to see what else she comes up with.   
-Gayle Foreman- I love all of her books and will continue to read them as long as she continues to write them.
-Samantha Shannon- I read the Bone Season early this year and I know that she is an author that I will continue to buy and read from. 

10. Neal Shusterman

Challenger DeepAlthough I do really like Neal Shusterman, he has a lot of books out... Like so many. If I was to buy all of his books in one go I will literally be so poor and will have no money. I do really like his stories and characters especially the fact that he can write so diversely in genres ranging from contemporary to fantasy although with a large quantities of books I will choose books which are most interesting to me. 






9. Louise Rennison

Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #1)I completely love her books especially the Angus, Thongs books and the prequel series. She has released 13 books so far and I have read them all and will continue to read any more to come. 










8. Jenny Downham

UnbecomingJenny Downham is one of those authors that doesn't have a lot of books out but every time see does I guarantee that it is going to be on my shelf. She is an amazing writer and writes so interesting and gripping stories. She is one of those authors I will continue to read for a long time to come. 








7. James Dashner

The Eye of Minds (The Mortality Doctrine, #1)Although the Maze Runner series is one of my favourite series ever I think post Maze Runner, he is definitely an auto-buy author but I don't know if I have any desire to read his earlier works. I am reading his most recent series I just need to continue on with it. He is kind of an auto-buy author. 








6. Maggie Stiefvater

The Raven Boys (The Raven Cycle, #1)I loved her earlier works including the Wolves of Mercy Falls series and her Faeries series and I quote her as being one of the authors that got me into YA in the first place. She is a definite auto-buy although I need to catch up on the Raven Cycle series which everyone raves about. 









5. Holly Bourne 

Am I Normal Yet?Holly Bourne is one of those new authors that I discovered this year and loved her writing and her stories. Although she only has three books I love the two that I have read and I know I will buy her books the day that they are out. 









4. Rainbow Rowell

LandlineI am a fan of Rainbow Rowell especially her YA books but I love her stories and her writing that I will buy all of her books. To me it doesn't matter whether it is YA or Adult, Rainbow Rowell is a definitely auto-buy.









3. Julie Kagawa

Image result for talon by julie kagawaJulie Kagawa is one of my favourite authors and I will be buying anything that she writes for years to come...











2. Cassandra Clare

City of Heavenly Fire (The Mortal Instruments, #6)I love the Shadowhunter world and her writing she is amazing. I don't know what to say except she is a definitely auto-buy!











1. John Green 

The Fault in Our StarsWhat can I say about this one? Although I love him as an author I am prepared to wait for a new book and when it comes out. I know that when it is announced it will definitely be on preorder. 









Who are your auto-buy authors? Leave them in the comments below.

See you soon, 

Amy
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