Top Ten Tuesday is an awesome book meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish.
This week’s topic is authors who you would buy anything from. I don’t buy many books so I’m amending mine to be authors who I love so much that I’ll read just about anything by. In no particular order:
1. Alan Bradley: The only books by Bradley (so far) are the Flavia de Luce novels which I adore. Every time a new one comes out I always read it. If he started a new series, I’d definitely read it too.
2. Sophie Kinsella: This is my go-to author for light and fluffy reads. Although my love of her books has decreased a bit over the years, I still look forward to her new books because I know just what I’ll get: a fun, easy, entertaining read.
3. Gabriel Garcia Marquez: He is one of my favorite authors and I love everything I’ve read so far. There are still a few books by him that I’ve yet to read just because I’m saving them so I still have something of his to look forward to.
4. Steve Martin: I find his writing to be absolutely amazing and often hilarious. I’ll read anything he writes.
5. Thrity Umrigar: I discovered this author last year and read 2 books by her. All her other works are on my TBR and I’m spacing them out so I don’t finish them all too quickly.
6. Daphne du Maurier: Another favorite I discovered last year when I read Rebecca and Frenchman’s Creek. I can’t wait to read more by her but, again, her works are limited so I’m pacing myself.
7. Josephine Hart: I devoured almost all of Hart’s books when I was in college. It’s been a while since I read anything by her and some of the books by her I’ve come across just don’t sound appealing. So I guess I’ll read almost anything by her.
8. Marguerite Duras: I’ve only read one book by her (The Lover) but it was so good that I do want to read all her other works. I don’t know if she’ll become a favorite, but she still fits on this list.
9. Janice Dickinson: This might seem like an odd choice but, because I have actually read everything she’s written, I would definitely read a new book by her. I’ve read both her autobiographies and a books he wrote on dating and I just love her writing style. She’s so funny and her books are so fun and enjoyable to read.
10. Too many spiritual authors to mention: I love reading about spirituality and have some go-to authors who I would read anything by. These include Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Gabrielle Bernstein, Neale Donald Walsch, etc.
Who are your go-to authors who you would read anything by? Whose books do you buy even before you know the plot? What makes you love and trust these authors so much?