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Estrelldamilola
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Re: What authors are you addicted to?

Post by Estrelldamilola » 21 Jun 2017, 13:25

John C Maxwell... I love Him much

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Post by Kelly00 » 26 Jun 2017, 15:16

I love Stephen King, but am way behind on reading his latest works. I also love Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series.
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Post by Ssinghal » 06 Jul 2017, 09:31

I've bought and read every single book written by JK Rowling and Chetan Bhagat. I absolutely adore their books and style of writing and I am addicted to both these authors.
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Post by Chasityshay » 11 Dec 2017, 06:46

Lins Pens wrote:
24 Dec 2016, 23:16
Paperalki+ wrote:
Melinda Louise wrote:I am generally more of a classic literature and fantasy fan, but I've been really into the YA author Chanda Hahn lately. She wrote the wonderful Unfortunate Fairy Tale series, which I absolutely adored. I recently bought The Iron Butterfly, the first of another series. She also has yet ANOTHER series coming out that I will have to read. Any other YA guilty pleasure authors I should know about?
I love Chanda Hahn and the Unfortunate Fairy Tale series. I've also read the Iron butterfly series and it was absolutely amazing I hope you like it.
Both series are extremely good and easy reads. I mean, when you lose sleep trying to just "finish the chapter," .. well.. you know...
I honestly didn’t think I was going to like this series, the first book I thought Mina was too caught up in her own boy drama to really grasp what she needed to. But, in the 2nd book I started to really like her more and more as we learned more about who she is, & “watched” her come into her own. I think I was expecting to find her already strong and ready to battle anything, until I remembered that the heroine of this story is only a 16 year old girl who is still struggling to figure out who she is. I’m on “Forever” and I’m excited to see who she actually ends up with, but I’m hoping it’s Jared/Teague, I’m hoping she can figure out how to destroy Teague and keep Jared or get him to come back into his old self that’s more like Jared.

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Post by thelittlelibrary » 12 Dec 2017, 14:52

J K Rowling - I will read anything she writes!

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Post by suetropez » 12 Dec 2017, 16:10

I like Nora Roberts and Catherine Coulter.

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Post by Insightsintobooks729 » 12 Dec 2017, 16:13

I love Elizabeth Kostova and Ashley Hay.
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Post by uyky » 14 Jan 2018, 09:40

It changes, but right now it's Robin Hobb and Charles de Lint. I went through all of their books that I could afford in 2017 and still counting.

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Post by swirlofink » 04 Feb 2018, 23:25

Jenny Han and Marie Lu. They could republish the alphabet and I’d purchase and read it.

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Post by Cate Mbevi » 02 May 2018, 07:42

Kahlil Gibran is my addict when it comes to ancient literature especially poetry

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Post by SingularityRising » 02 Jun 2018, 18:20

Right now, James SA Corey. After watching the Expanse I couldn't help but want to read all the books in the series.

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Post by RedLetter » 04 Jun 2018, 10:23

I am completely hooked on Barry Eisler. So much so that I download his books on Audible and also in Kindle. I love the imagery he creates in his books, and also find it fascinating that he has actually been to the places he depicts in his stories!

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Post by Dael Reader » 11 Jun 2018, 20:40

Recently, Harlan Coben. It's such a horrible addiction too. I mean, very few of his books are that deep. But I am a sucker for witty dialogue and quirky characters, and boy does he have them.

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Post by Trema1980 » 12 Jun 2018, 11:42

I definitely went through this sappy romance phase. I fell in love with Catherine Coulter and would buy every romance book she wrote. I loved her series'. I have to say my favorite was the Bride series(11 books).
Now I'm definitely a more complex reader. I love crime, medical, mystery and thriller.
My two favorites would be Ted Dekker(swoon...) and Tess Gerritsen!
I own about 30 of their books combined.

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Post by Cher432 » 25 Aug 2018, 20:37

I am completely addicted to Nalini Singh and I always read her books when they come out.

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