Top Ten, okay, Six, Tuesday – Authors that Deserve More Recognition

To be honest I may have done this post before but I feel very strongly about it. There are some fantastic authors out there that have written a minimum of 2 books that just don’t get the love they deserve. You may hear about there books in passing or from other book blogging friends, but their names should be household names for any book lover. I will support these 7 women until I read no more and I think everyone else should too.

Suzanne Young

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Trish Doller

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Miranda Kenneally

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Lauren Miller

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Courtney C. Stevens

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Sarvenaz Tash

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Which authors do you think deserve more recognition?

*Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish

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8 Comments

  1. I so so agree with ALL of these. I love all these authors and I wish more readers would pick up books from them. I haven’t read Sarvenaz’ Geek’s Guide yet, but I adore her writing and I have a copy so hopefully I’ll love it. I need something new from Trish Doller! Actually, I NEED for all these authors to write faster!

  2. I love Miranda and her novels! They’re always such realistic portrayals of teens in a variety of situations, and I really like her take on them 🙂 And Trish’s novel Where the Stars Still Shine is still an all time favorite for me. SO GOOD. Gotta check out the other authors!

  3. These are all authors I’ve been meaning to check out, except Miranda Kenneally because I TRIED but her books are just not for me. I read the first and then DNFed three or four in a row and gave up 🙁 I’m gonna check out The Geek’s Guide soon because I know I’m going to love it.

  4. I’ve only read one of these authors but I think I’ve read every one of her books. I’m a huge Miranda Kenneally fan. I love that her books are set in high school and maintain the teenage youthness whilst tackling the transition into adult topics. Wow I sounded stupid there. But I think you know what I mean.

  5. Oooh I totally agree with you! While I have heard of all of them, and have practically all their books on my TBR and some on shelf, I haven’t read any of their books yet. Can’t wait to start! Love this list 😀

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