Author of Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom, The Grisha Trilogy, Wonder Woman: Warbringer, and Language of Thorns
Leigh Bardugo has become one of my automatic read authors. I have read all of her books and liked them all. I am obsessed with Six of Crows and the Crooked Kingdom.
Author of The Lunar Chronicles, Heartless and some other book whose name escapes me.
The Lunar Chronicles. Cinder, Scarlet, Cress and Winter, with stand alone spin off, Fairest, a short story collection, Stars Above, and of course the graphic novel, WIRES AND NERVE! (Vol. I)
Which I love and are now books I will force all future friends and relatives to read. Also the book that I am currently forcing all my friends and relatives to read.
The Lunar Chronicles are also my favorite example of a awesome fairy tale rewrite. Perfect blending of old and new plot being woven together.
Author of P.S. I Like You, By Your Side, The Fill-In Boyfriend and others
Some of Kasie West's books are new favorites, like P.S. I Like You, but I didn't absolutely love all of her books. They were ok, but didn't really stick. All the same, when ever one of her books is coming out, I'll make sure to check it out.
Jessica George Day
Author of The Dragon Slippers Trilogy, Tuesdays At The Castle, and Silver In The Blood, The Princess of the Midnight Ball series.
I honestly don't know if she's written more books then this. But every one of her books I've read, including the ones aimed at middle school kids and that one weird werewolf one, I've loved.
Jennifer A Nielson
Author of the Ascendance Trilogy and the Mark of the Thief.
I loved the Ascendance Trilogy, but didn't finish the Mark of the Thief series. And I think that had more to do with the fact that I don't like reading stories set in ancient Rome then it has to do with her writing style. I am so excited for her new book coming out this year!
Author of a huge amount of Regency period novels and that one that is based of the middle ages.
I have read her books Sylvester or the Wicked Uncle, Arabella, Faro's Daughter and Simon the Coldhearted. (I've actually read more, but these were the four I liked the best)
Sylvester or The Wicked Uncle and Arabella remind me of Pride and Prejudice, and Faro's Daughter and Simon the Coldhearted made me laugh so hard.
What new authors did you find in 2017? *gasp* Can you believe it's 2018?