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Thanksgiving is upon us! This week, the top ten doesn’t have a theme as such. It’s a Thankful Freebie! So this week, I’m borrowing a theme idea from Taylor Fenner and sharing ten authors I’m thankful I was introduced to. These are the authors whose books I’ll read, no questions asked. The books shown aren’t necessarily their first books, but the first ones by them that I picked up.
S. Usher Evans
Ah, Razia, my bitchy space pirate. My husband bought the first three books in S. Usher Evans’ Razia series for me at Geekonomicon in Biloxi, Mississippi. I was hooked.
Heather Webber’s books are magical. Small towns, characters you cheer for, the importance of family. So good.
Anita Dickason writes what she knows, and does a magnificent job of it! Whether she’s writing a law enforcement thriller or a good mystery, I’ll read it.
This book. This series. Ellery Adams is on my must-read list for always.
Susan May Warren
I love Susan May Warren’s books. Action, suspense, clean romance, and always a joy to read.
Lisa Regan writes some of the best thrillers I’ve ever read. Start at the beginning of this series and read them all.
I adore the Coffeehouse Mysteries! This was the first I picked up, and I’ll keep on reading. And these also introduced me to Pen and Jack in the Haunted Bookshop Mysteries!
Katherine Macdonald takes myth and fairy tale and retells it in ways I couldn’t have imagined. Simply marvelous.
This is the book that got me hooked. The Woodcutter is what the TV show Once Upon a Time wishes it could have been. All of Danley’s books are well worth the read.
This series is so good, it needs to be a TV show. I can’t even explain it properly. Just read it.
Those are just a handful of authors whose work I’m thankful to have been introduced to. Have you read any of these books? What did you think? What authors are you glad to know?