It's Top Ten Tuesday time! This week, we are talking about authors we have read once (or more), but we haven't read through their entire works yet! While the prompt said author we have read once, I may cheat a bit and list some authors where I have read a few, but not all of their books yet!
The Lost is about a woman who finds herself stranded in a mysterious town along with the your misplaced car keys and abandoned dreams. Sarah Beth Durst has published several books before, but what I'm really wanting is a sequel. I'm in luck - The Missing will be out later this year.
I adored The Girls at the Kingfisher Club, a retelling of the Twelve Dancing Princesses story set in the roaring 20s. I'm going to have to pick up Mechanique and see if it is just as good!
Like every other reader, I fell head over heels for A.J. Fikry and the other characters in this book. Gabrielle Zevin has written many other books and I am especially interested in her novel The Hole We're In and the Anya Belanchine series.
Bread and Wine is a book of vignettes and recipes. It's about living an open life and inviting others to be a part of your life, whether all is well or your house is in shambles. I am excited to read Niequist's backlist (Bittersweet and Cold Tangerines) as well as her upcoming devotional Savor.
The Wife, the Maid, and the Mistress was an awesome historical fiction novel based on actual events. I'm psyched to read Lawhon's upcoming book Hindenburg.
Hild took me to another time and place and gave me a great new historical heroine to root for. Griffith has a big backlist that I'm excited to jump into, but I'm most excited about the Hild sequel that is in the works!
Jen's book Interrupted really made me rethink what we should be doing as Christians and as the church. I've had her book 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess sitting on my shelf for a long time. I think it needs a move from my tbr shelf to my already read shelf!
All the Light We Cannot See is one of my favorite books of the year. Doerr has several other novels and short story collections for me to read. Yay!
I read Powers' novel Orfeo earlier this year and read The Echo Maker while in college. There is a big backlist to read through and I am especially interested in The Time of Our Singing.
Well, I've only got nine books. Oh well! Whose backlists are you excited to read?