Tuesday, 29 May 2018

TMST


Tell Me Something Tuesday is a weekly discussion post on Rainy Day Ramblings where Rainy discuss a wide range of topics from books to blogging. Weigh in and join the conversation by adding your thoughts in the comments. If you want to do your own post, grab the question and answer it on your blog.

May 29th: Debut authors/ New to me authors. What books have you read lately by new authors that you want to read more from?

Honestly, most I'd like more from, but some do stand out one way or another. So from this year a quick look would be:

I'd like to try more by Sanjida Kay cos I liked her twists.

I'd like to see if Rachel Lynn Salomon has written more books packing such an emotional impact.

Jenny Han, but I do got two more by her so yes there I did want more.

I wonder if Sarah Castille's heroes all are messed up and if she makes me love them anyway

Dawn Kurtagich cos her horror story sent chills down my spine

Radha Vatsal cos I liked her style and heroine, so more Kitty!

Jessica Brody cos she sure made 24 hour at an airport fun

And only two of those are authors I read in print! LOL

These are some that stood out more than authors, mostly cos most others I have read before,



S likes to visit the neighbor cats. Luci usually stays behind the bushes looking in



30 comments:

  1. What an adorable way to start my Tuesday! It's always so neat to find new authors who have books that hook us in and make us want more. I'm still reading a lot of my fave romance authors, but my focus lately has been new thrillers that have been keeping me on the edge of my seat. Hugs...RO

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    1. Awww thank you!
      New authors are the best, sure, sometimes I do not read them again, but they still have that special place in my heart

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  2. Thanks for your recs. I am always looking for new authors to try.

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  3. I just read Jenny Han, and I loved it except for that ending. There are many on your list I need to check out. I think I have the Brody book, something about exes in an airport?? Awww...such a cute picture.

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    1. Meeting someone new at an airport, it was fun and they needed it.

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  4. Thanks for the recommendations! I love trying new authors.

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  5. I was too lazy to write any posts this week lol but I do enjoy Brody.

    Karen @ For What It's Worth

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    1. I always remember it the night before and hurry, so much easier when I did several in a row to be ahead

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  6. oh I LOVE debut authors thanks for adding to my list :)

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    1. No idea if any of these are debut, I did not investigate that much. Just new to me

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  7. I've got several Han books I need to get too.

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  8. These are all new-to-me authors. I haven't read any of them.

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  9. More authors I need to try. So many great ones out there. Love the pic.

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Books of My Heart

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    1. I read so many new ones now...I mean listen to!

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  10. I like doing the top ten tuesday list for this topic every year, because each year I do tend to discover a whole new crop of debut authors I need to keep an eye on. I love reading debuts, even though it can be a risk because their authors are a completely unknown quantity, but it works out more often than not.

    ~Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

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    1. Oh yeah I remember that :D THis was then from the first 5 months of this year :D More to come

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  11. Cutie pic with the two cats.

    I think my answer to this question would have to be a Top Five list or something b/c I read so many new to me authors that I would try again.

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    1. There are like a million out there, so yes this is from the last 5 months, lol

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  12. Jenny Han's stuff looks fun.

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  13. I wasn't sure what to put for this so I just posted my TV show review hahahaha. And S!! Whatcha doing!? Gunna make kitty jelly!

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    1. He sure always keeps his eye on her so maybe he is jelly when she is meeting other cats

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  14. I don't think I've ever read a Sarah Castille book where the hero didn't have issues... Maybe, Against The Ropes? I don't remember him being that bad?

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    1. But I like that they are baad, i mean I should hate this guy, but she still made me want them together. But to be fair, he was only evil to others

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