HERE. Each week they focus on lists which cover various topics related to books and reading. This week we are focusing on debut authors who have me looking forward to their sophomore efforts. I haven't read a lot o debut authors this year, so I am narrowing my selections down to 5 (in no particular order). I have also linked my reviews of their debut efforts.
Sophie Jaff. I read Love Is Red, the first book in the Nightsong Trilogy earlier this year and was really pleased by what this book had to offer. I can't wait to see what happens in the next installment, even though I don't think there is a release date at this time.
Kim Liggett. I was shocked at how much I enjoyed Blood and Salt a few months ago. Although it has the dreaded insta-love element, there was enough other things going on that it didn't completely monopolize the book. She seems to have a knack for thrillers/horrors and I know she has a few books coming out next year.
Pintip Dunn's Forget Tomorrow comes out today and I was lucky enough reading an advanced copy. I didn't know a whole lot about the book going in so I didn't know what I was in for. I love her writing style and that ending.....I need the next book NOW!
Dawn Kurtagich. Even though I only ended up giving The Dead House 3 paws, I love Dawn's personality and love of books which can clearly be seen on her booktube channel. This debut effort shows that Dawn definitely does not lack any creative and I can't wait to see what she comes up with next.
Scott Hawkins. The Library at Mount Char was such a uniquely messed up book. I felt so many emotions while reading it and if someone had told me the plot, and then said I would thoroughly love the book, I would have told them they were crazy. I am not sure how he came up with some of the things in this book, but I am looking forward to hearing more.
So who do you need more books from? Leave me a link so I can check out your TTT.