Top Ten Tuesday (29) : Ten Debuts Authors and Books I Need In My Life

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Brokeandbookish. This week’s theme is Top Ten Debut Authors Who Have Me Looking Forward To Their Sophomore Novel. I couldn’t find ten different authors, so I decided to mix this one up a bit. You’ll find out about some debut authors I can’t wait to read more from, but here I’ll mention three very promising debuts I didn’t get the chance to read, yet, but I can’t wait to do so! Let’s take a look at this!


1 • Catherine Doyle, Vendetta

Very entertaining and one of a kind, this romance and thrilling contemporary story really left me on a good impression. I’m eager to read more from this young and promising author!.

2 • Laurie Elizabeth Flynn, Firsts

I got lucky enough to read this book before its official release date, in January. I was pleasantly surprised by this bolt story, and I’m already looking forward to her next book.

3 •  Leah Thomas, Because You’ll Never Meet Me

This is a debut novel I absolutely loved. It was one of a kind, with endearing, yet very unique characters. I will surely keep this author on my radar!.


4 • Becky Albertalli, Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda

Simon, Simon, what can I say, except that I would love for us to be best friends? In her stunning debut, Becky blew us all away with her main character and her talent. I’m sure I’m not the only one eagerly waiting for a new novel!

5 • Alice Oseman, Solitaire

At just 21, Alice Oseman is one of the most talented authors out there, if you ask me. She perfectly grasps the teenagers’ mind, and her writing is so, so true. I can’t wait for her next novel, Radio Silence, in 2016!

6 • Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen

The popular Red Queen has to be on my list, because, well, it was good. I enjoyed reading this entertaining story, and I was SO annoyed when it ended, especially HOW. Glass Sword should come out, now.

7 • Laura Nowlin, If He Had Been With Me

This book came out two years ago, if I remember correctly, but it’s one of those stories that stayed with me for a long time. I think Laura Nowlin is a really talented author, and I’m impatient to discover her next novel!


8 • Bookishly Ever After, Isabel Bandeira

A book, talking about books, a main character that seems to be just like me, us, bookworms…well, who doesn’t need this story in their lives, raise your hands now!

9 • The Accident Season, Moïra Fowley-Doyle

I’m officially ordering this book now. I waited enough, and I just need to read it. I’m all for spooky and making-your-mind-go-crazy reads, and this one perfectly fits the role. I NEED it now.

10 • The Love That Split the World, Emily Henry

This cover. This synopsis. This whole book. No wonder I picked it out for a waiting on wednesday, and no wonder I can’t wait to read this!

Are you looking forward to new books from these authors? Did you read any of those books yet?

Which debut are you looking forward to the most? Let me know everything in comments! 🙂

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31 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday (29) : Ten Debuts Authors and Books I Need In My Life

    1. Aww believe me, I get the feeling! It’s so annoying having to wait so long for a sequel to come out, sometimes it’s so long you’ve forgotten all about the first book :(. I hope you’ll get to read it, though, I found it really good! 😀
      Thank you for stopping by, Martha! 😀


  1. I really want to read The Accident Season and Because You’ll Never Meet me! I haven’t read Firsts yet, but I got an eARC and hopefully I’ll read it in December! Great list! 🙂

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  2. Great list. You have a few books on here that I have read and enjoyed myself. I think I am also going to have to add a few of these to my Christmas wishlist, it looks like I have missed out on some great debuts recently. I am especially excited to read Simon VS the Homo Sapiens Agenda, I have heard so many good things about that one. Here’s my TTT.

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  3. I have not read any of these! Terrible. I don’t think I could read Alice Oseman. The idea that someone is talented enough to be a published novelist and younger than me makes me too jealous. Way to over-achieve, Alice.

    I joke. But seriously! It would be so great to be a prodigy.

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    1. Haha, I understand, sometimes I’m jealous too, thinking she’s younger than me and talented like that, it’s crazy! But yay, and it’s totally deserved, I think, if you decide to read it someday, maybe you’ll like it! 🙂
      And no worries, you’re a prodigy, too, the world isn’t aware of it, just yet! 😉

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