Top Ten Tuesday is a feature hosted by The Broke and the Bookish
This week topic is all time favorite authors. It's pretty hard for me since there's so many authors that I like (basically if I like the book, I like the author). Anyway, I manage to list write down the top ten, and here it is!
1. Rick Riordan
I think you all can expect this. I love the Percy Jackson series, the Heroes of Olympus, the Kane Chronicles and his other books! And, of course, I love his wit and humor, aaand basically everything.
2. Kasie West
Kasie West became my favorite author when I read The Distance Between Us, and so far, it's my favorite contemporary books. I love how she write cute and adorable romance in her books!
3. Marie Lu
I love the Legend trilogy by her, especially the writing style. It's pretty similar with Riordan's--that kind of writing style that made me hard to stop reading because every chapter always end with a cliffhanger.
4. Cassandra Clare
I haven't read TMI yet, but I love The Infernal Devices! Cassie is really good in making an interesting plot, romance, friendship
and hot boy.
5. Tahereh Mafi
I actually just read Shatter Me a month ago, but I she's immediately became my favorite author because of her unique writing style! You really should check out her books.
6. J.K. Rowling
I think most of you will write her name too. Harry Potter is my very first favorite book, so Rowling deserve a place in this list. If she didn't write it, I wouldn't like reading as much as I do now.
7. Jennifer E. Smith
I only read two of her books, and even though I only rate it around 3, it's pretty addictive (not sure why, maybe because of her writing style). I really want to read her latest book, The Geography of You and Me.
8. Morgan Matson
I actually only read Second Chance Summer, but that book is really beautiful. Not just it has an great family stories, but also it made me thinking about my family.
9. Rainbow Rowell
I absolutely adore Fangirl! It's pretty unique, since basically it's about us fangirls. And the characters are adorable too!
10. Stephanie Perkins
She is also became my favorite after I read Anna and the French Kiss. I love the way she write it, and of course, the setting!
So that's my top ten! What about you?