TTT #315| Mainstream Popular Authors that I Still Have Not Read

We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.

This week’s topic is Mainstream Popular Authors that I Still Have Not Read. I’m going to also add indie authors to this list that have become quite popular through TikTok or other ways online. Let’s take a look!

Mariana Zapata

From what I know Mariana Zapata is the queen of slow burn romances! She has quite the backlist, but I still haven’t read anything by her yet. I did recently buy All Rhodes Lead Here. I’m determined to finally read something by this author.

R.F. Kuang

So I actually started reading Babel last year, but got distracted after 25%, because my reading buddy at the time got busy. I do want to finish reading it and I will be reading Yellowface this week. So there’s at least one author I can check off of this list.

Adrienne Young

Adrienne Young is an author that has written YA and adult books and I own a couple of both. High on my list are Sky in the Deep and Spells for Forgetting. Both have gotten amazing reviews and I hope to love them just as much.

Ruth Ware

Ruth Ware has written quite a few mysteries/thrillers and I’m definitely intrigued by a few of them. I actually have an eARC of The It Girl and it’s way past due. So a perfect way to give Ruth Ware’s books a try.

Scarlett St. Clair

A Touch of Darkness is Scarlett’s most well known book I think and I’m curious about this Hades and Persephone’s retelling. I also want to read King of Battle and Blood. I own that duology already.

Q.B. Tyler

To be honest, I have no clue where to start when it comes to Q.B. Tyler. I just know that a lot of readers lover her books. What Was Meant to Be is the only one I really remember seeing around. This is a forbidden age-gap romance. I don’t know it it’s for me, but I want to give it a try.

Rina Kent

If I remember correctly, Rina Kent writes a lot of mafia romances? I own the eBook of Blood of My Monster, so I guess that’s a good place to start. I will look up reading order, because I know Rina has quite a few books!

Emily McIntire

Emily McIntire seems to be most well known for her Never After series. She writes Disney re-imaginings where the villain gets the girl. I own Hooked and I’ll be reading it soon. I can’t wait to see how she gives these stories her own twist.

Stephanie Archer

Behind the Net is the book by Stephanie I keep seeing everywhere and I love sports romances! As a big fan of illustrated covers, this one caught my attention right away. She just revealed the cover to the next book in the series. So a perfect time for me to start books by this author.

Abby Jimenez

Part of Your World is a book I’m sure a lot of readers have seen around. I’ve heard nothing but good things and also that it’s a pretty emotional read. I bought it earlier this year, so I can see what it’s all about.


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TTT #314| Book Titles That Would Make Great Newspaper Headlines


So that’s another Top Ten Tuesday! Here are ten authors that I know are pretty well known, but I still haven’t read yet. I’m definitely hoping to change that soon. Who are some popular authors you still haven’t read anything from? Let me know in the comments. I’d love to hear from you.

11 thoughts on “TTT #315| Mainstream Popular Authors that I Still Have Not Read

  1. I had Colleen Hoover, Diana Gabaldon and George R Martin on my list ????

  2. I read The Poppy War by RF Kuang but I really wasn’t a fan so I’ve not tried any of her other books. I hope you enjoy the ones you’re planning to read though!
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  3. If you enjoy retellings, you’ll like McIntire’s books. They’re a bit dark, but thoroughly entertaining. Happy reading! xo

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