New-To-Us Favorite Authors We Read For The First Time In 2015 {#9}


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New-To-Us Favorite Authors We Read For The First Time In 2015

Amy's 5

kim's 5

Which authors were new to you this year?

Author: Foxy

17 thoughts on “New-To-Us Favorite Authors We Read For The First Time In 2015 {#9}

  1. OMG!!!
    There are so many authors which you have mentioned and I have not read any of their work except for Angelica!
    But new authors for me this year were:
    Jewel E Ann
    Marni Mann
    Tracey Gravis Graves
    Leyla Attar
    TM Frazier
    Keri Lake

    1. Did you read – ON THE ISLAND yet? I’m dying to know what you thought of that book.
      I’ve only read 2 on your list (TGG and LA). 🙂

  2. My new authors from this year are:
    Andrea Smith
    Shelly Thacker
    Claire James
    Joey W.Hill
    Jake Lapin Furie
    Rich Amooi
    Mandy Lou mathews
    Scoot Hidreth
    Harlow Grace
    Sabrina Paige
    JB Heller
    Jade West
    Natasha Blackthorne
    Kennedy Kelly
    Debra Kayne
    Cat Porter
    Arabela Quinn
    Devon Hartford
    Alison Bliss
    Tracie Podger
    Kathryn Andrews
    Michelle Craig
    Helen Hunting
    Lissa Jay
    Sebastian Ex
    Sierra Simone
    Monica McHarty
    Leylah Attar
    Lindsey Johanna
    Karen Hawkins
    Brittainy C.Cherry…..

    is that enough? i got more on that list 🙂

    Lindsey Jo

    1. Ha ha!! You really rocked the list on reading new authors! That’s impressive. And I bet those authors are happy to have a new fan! Out of your list I’ve only have two that match (Leylah Attar and Brittainy C. Cherry)…but I read them in 2014. 🙂

  3. Til the end of November i read 219 books,some of them were absolute amazing but i can find a few that were meh….my BBF says that i could be a bloger cuz i can read very fast and i can memorize books in my head for a long time:) but i think that bloging is for someone who knows what are they doing like you.

    1. Awe, you are sweet! <3
      Prior to blogging I read that many books like you did...but now, it takes me longer to read them bc blogging is so time consuming. 🙂
      That's why I started doing more audios...bc I can do other things while I listen to a book.

  4. I don’t think that i can do audio books,when i have my kindle or paperback in my heand i must sit down ( don’t mater where as long as my ass is sitting) and then i can forget about all around me. But i do have insomnia and i need a little sleep so my nights are youst for me 😉
    ..maybe is diferent cuz eng is your native language and for me is not and while reading i can make my own tempo ) but my New Year’s resolution will be one audio. 🙂

    1. I hope you find a good. The male author is the one who made Fight Club the movie. It was first a book. The book has a silent different ending than the movie (if you’ve seen the movie). 🙂

    2. I just looked at your list…for some reason blogger won’t let me comment with my account. So, I’m going to do it here.
      Seeing Judy Blume on your list brought back childhood memories.
      I keep meaning to read a book by – Suzanne Brockman 🙂

    1. It’s been fun seeing all the authors everyone has put on their list. It’s given me new authors to check out! <3
      If you like darker romance check out - Callie Hart.
      If you like funny romance check out - RS Grey
      If you like angsty romance (love triangle) check out - LD Davis
      If you like abnormal romance (she has a sister wives book) check out - Melissa Brown.

    1. Thanks! <3
      The male author is the one who wrote - Fight Club (also a're probably too young to know that movie). It's disturbing but I'm glad I read it so I know what all the hype is about it.
      Have a great holiday season. 🙂

    1. Yes!!! I’m excited for you to try some.
      My suggestion would be to listen to the sample first to make sure the narrator’s voice doesn’t annoy you. Narrator can make or break a book.

      Audios I really liked:
      The Offer by Karina Halle
      Hopeless by Colleen Hoover
      Ride Steady by Kristen Ashley
      Making Faces by Amy Harmon
      Blue-Eyed Devil by Lisa Kleypas
      Me Before You by Jojo Moyes

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