Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Each week, we'll make a list of our top ten something* and this week, it's our Top Ten Authors Who Deserve More Recognition.
*In no particular order
1. Claudia Gray
This is the author of the Evernight series and the stand-alone book Fateful. There are some pretty harsh reviews on her works, but I really enjoy her writing and I think Evernight is a really great series.
2. Alexandra Adornetto
Author of the Halo trilogy, this is an amazing series, and though I haven't gotten around to reading the last one just yet, I know these books definitely deserve way more recognition than they are getting.
3. Alyxandra Harvey
The Haunting Violet creator, this amazing author has an incredible talent for writing and more people need to pick up her books!
4. Pittacus Lore
Writer of the Lorien Legacies, including books I Am Number Four, The Power of Six and The Rise of Nine, this author is so creative in that he is able to put a captivating and original spin on an old theme to make it his own.
5. Lauren Kate
There are so many negative reviews and comments floating around about the Fallen series. Though I didn't particularly enjoy the first book, I think the series as a whole is amazing and I disagree with people saying that it's just Twilight with angels.
6. Cat Patrick
Forgotten author, this is a great YA writer that will astound you with her stand-alone debut novel and keep you coming back for more.
7. Rebecca James
Her debut novel Beautiful Malice was really good, though not many people I know have read it no matter how many times I try to persuade them to. It's so nice to find a good Australian woman author. Her new novel Sweet Damage looks amazing and I can't wait to get my hands on a copy.
8. Hannah Harrington
She's slowly earning more recognition and I think most people recognise her name for her amazing books Saving June and Speechless, but she is one of the best authors in YA Fiction and definitely deserves all the recognition she gets and more.
9. Adeline Yen Mah
For her book Chinese Cinderella that managed to make me cry.
10. Kristen Miller
The Eternal Ones was such a great book and more people need to read it, for goodness sakes.
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