Are there any authors who you will never read again?

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Amesthenerd
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Re: Are there any authors who you will never read again?

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Yes, there is one author. Stephanie Meyer. I tried reading Twilight but I was never able to get into the series because it was so boring for me.

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I think that would be Durjoy Datta. Not that his writing is bad or something. Just that i read two of his books and they both find kinda similar to me. So i understood that he takes a common plot line and changes characters and publishes them and girls love his cause he writes romance.
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After being severely disappointed by Tess of the d’Urbervilles, I’m having a difficult time building up the will to partake in other Thomas Hardy works. Also, 10 years after being wholly disappointed by the abrupt ending of The Firm, I haven’t had the courage to delve in to another John Grisham story, ha.
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M Zee wrote: ↑
28 Oct 2018, 11:42
Oh yeah. I have a couple of authors that I won't read due to their behavior outside their writing. I don't like to support people who treat others badly (well documented bad behavior) anyway. Someone can be meh writer and I would support their work over someone who writes great but isn't a good person.
OMG yes so true! I have encountered such authors too and it really saddens me that they have the skill of a great writer but not the personality of a decent person. And I absolutely relate with you about reading a low performing book over a great book written by a person who isn't so great. :?

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