Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly linkup hosted by The Broke And The Bookish!
You know what? This list was way to easy to make. I have this thing, I read the first book of a series and then I get busy and I don't finish them. I tend to do better when I binge read series, that could be part of my problem. Anyway, there are series that I need to finish on this list, but there are also author's who write standalones on here. Picking ten was pretty hard, but here they are...
Marissa Meyer: I know, I know. I loved Cinder to pieces and I own the other books in the Lunar Chronicles that have come out, but I just haven't made time to read Scarlet and Cress yet. I promise it'll happen soon though.
Kate Jarvik Birch: I really enjoyed Deliver Me, it was so sad and mainly a buddy story and what's not to love about that? I have Perfected on my Kindle and plan on reading it this weekend on the plane to Amsterdam, so she'll soon be off this list.
Simmone Howell: I just read Girl Defective and it's one of my favorite reads of the year. Basically, if she writes it, I'll read it. I just need to get the rest of her books.
Cat Winters: In the Shadow of Blackbirds was my book last year. I loved it on so many levels and Winter's latest book is on my October TBR. Needless to say I can't wait to read it!
Lili St. Crow: Nameless blew me away. It weirded a lot of people out, but I lurved it a lot. I have the second book in her trilogy on my Kindle and I hope to get to it soon!
Leila Sales: I was so excited about This Song Will Save Your Life. It's about a teenage DJ. What book says Christianna more then that one? So, it's sad that this book still sits on my self unread. But I did read Past Perfect and adored it!
A.G. Gaughen: Scarlet was amazing and Lady Thief is another book that just sits on my shelf waiting for the day when I read it...
Carrie Ryan: Gah, Forest of Hands and Teeth was so good! I have the rest of the trilogy and I hope that I get to it in October. Because zombies are a good fit for Halloween!
Jillian Larkin: Vixen was a book that I picked up in Ireland to read on the plane home. It was good fun and I've collected the rest of the series since then, I just haven't read them...
Jessi Kriby: Golden was pretty wonderful and I've heard wonderful things about the rest of her books, so I'll read them when I need a contemporary fix!
Well there's my list! What's on yours? I wanna know. Leave your link below or tell me in the comments!